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debouch

de·bouch

debouch

 
 
pronunciation:
dih baUch [or] de bush
parts of speech:
intransitive verb, noun
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Word Combinations (verb)
part of speech: intransitive verb
inflections: debouched, debouches, debouching
definition 1: to advance out of a confined or narrow space such as a canyon into open country.
After hours of moving single-file along the forest trail, the troops debouched onto a grassy plain where they set up camp.
definition 2: of a river or the like, to flow from a narrow valley into a larger channel or open plain.
definition 3: to come out; emerge.
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part of speech: noun
definition: an outlet from a narrow place into open country.
derivation: debouchment (n.)