And the troops, for they must be troops, were debouching from the wood yonder.
There must be no debouching into a death-trap for a wholesale massacre.
The head of the column of rioters was debouching from the Rue de Bourgogne.
Debouching into the valley, we presently struck the river at Hardyville.
Debouching sidewise she came into fuller view, but retired a few steps.
I inferred then that the advance guard of our corps was debouching.
Debouching into the parlor, with the stellar lights trailing, the king touched a button; presto!
In the early morning of that day the Russians appeared in force, debouching from the mountain passes in front of the allied army.
The press gradually thickened, and before long it was dense and viscid, as if theater audiences were debouching at every corner.
Debouch′ment, the act of debouching; Debouchure′, the mouth of a river or strait.