Definition of Faugh

1. interj. An exclamation of contempt, disgust, or abhorrence.



Definition of Faugh

1. Interjection. (dated) An exclamation of disgust, especially for a smell, or contempt. ¹

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Definition of Faugh

1. used to express disgust [interj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Faugh

faucetlike
faucets
fauchard
fauchards
fauchion
fauchions
fauchon
fauchons
faucial
faucial branches of lingual nerve
faucial diphtheria
faucial paralysis
faucial reflex
faucial tonsil
faucial tonsils
faugh (current term)
faujasite
faujasites
faujdar
faujdars
faulchion
faulchions
faulcon
faulcons
fauld
faulds
faule
faules
fault
fault-line

Literary usage of Faugh

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1. Fighting the Flames! Or, Twenty-seven Years in the Montreal Fire Brigade: A by William Orme McRobie (1881)
""faugh-A-BALLAUGH" AS A YARN SPINNER— BULLY WEBSTER'S LAST WORDS—" TELL MY ... Well "faugh," as he was called, was a true specimen of the old volunteer ..."

2. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1870)
"Mrs. Greville felt sick at heart ; she left London the next day, and that was the last meeting between Renée and the woman twice her "faugh! ..."

3. Diary Illustrative of the Times of George the Fourth: Interspersed with by Charlotte (Campbell) Bury (1838)
"Make of it what they will, the plain endeavour to paint black with soot, was in the case of this officer's perturbation too visible. " faugh! ..."

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