Definition of Buggings

1. bugging [n] - See also: bugging



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Buggings

buggerin'
buggering
buggering off
buggering up
buggers
buggers off
buggier
buggies
buggiest
buggin
bugginess
bugginesses
bugging
bugging out
buggings (current term)
buggins
buggy
buggy whip
bughouse
bughouse chess
bughouses
bugle
bugle call
bugled
bugler
buglers
bugles
bugless
buglet

Literary usage of Buggings

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1. The Gentleman Emigrant: His Daily Life, Sports, and Pastimes in Canada by Stamer, William (1874)
"... may live thirty miles off, buggings never have owned a beast in his life, neither the one nor the other has the remotest intention of cutting an ounce ..."

2. Camps in the Rockies: Being a Narrative of Life on the Frontier, and Sport by William Adolph Baillie-Grohman (1882)
"On regaining possession of my rifle, which on this quite exceptional occasion I had allowed to get beyond my reach, as it interfered with my " buggings," I ..."

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