1. "Debouch" is often used in military contexts to refer to the action of troops proceeding from a closed space to an open one. It is also used frequently to refer to the emergence of anything from a …
2. See synonyms for debouch on Thesaurus.com verb (used without object) to march out from a narrow or confined place into open country, as a body of troops: The platoon Debouched …
3. Debouch Sentence Examples The rivers when they Debouch from the 'mountains assume an eastern trend in their effort to reach the sea.
4. Debouch A military term, signifying to march out from a wood, defile, or other confined place into open ground; also an outlet or available issue by which an army can march out. How to …
5. The general slope is toward the Amazon, and its rivers Debouch upon the Amazonian plain through a succession of falls and rapids. ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 4, SLICE 4 VARIOUS They also threatened an attack upon the right, by large columns, which appeared to Debouch from the western suburbs.
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7. Meaning and definitions of Debouch, translation of Debouch in Marathi language with similar and opposite words
8. Spoken pronunciation of Debouch in English and in Marathi
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10. The Debouch family name was found in the USA in 1920
11. In 1920 there was 1 Debouch family living in Illinois
12. This was about 50% of all the recorded Debouch's in the USA
13. Illinois and 1 other state had the highest population of Debouch families in 1920.
14. In the geography of rivers, streams, and glaciers, a Debouch, or Debouche, is a place where runoff from a small, confined space emerges into a larger, broader space.The term is of French origin and means to cause to emerge.
15. • Debouch from French origin meaning to cause to emerge and is a term used in river • To emerge from a relatively narrow valley upon an open plain:A river or glacier Debouches on the plains More crossword answers
16. We found one answer for the crossword clue Debouch.
17. See authoritative translations of Debouch in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
18. When military troops Debouch, they march in a long, narrow line — sometimes single file — because of the width of the area they're moving through
19. As they Debouch, the soldiers emerge in a larger area, like an open field
20. Debouch To emerge or pass out; issue
21. Debouch In physical geography, to issue from a mountain: said of a river which enters a plain from an elevated region.; Debouch In anatomy, to open out; empty or pour contents, as into a duct or other vessel: as, the ureter Debouches into the bladder.
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22. Dictionary entry overview: What does Debouch mean? • Debouch (verb) The verb Debouch has 2 senses:
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23. Pass out or emerge; especially of rivers Familiarity information: Debouch used as a verb is rare.
24. Debouch (third-person singular simple present Debouches, present participle Debouching, simple past and past participle Debouched) (intransitive) To pour forth from a narrow opening; to emerge from a narrow place like a defile into open country or a wider space
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25. The emergency-exit stairs at One World Trade Center will Debouch to the street rather than into the lobby to head off a mayhem collision of firefighters and panicking tenants.
26. The sparrow had arrived in a block and cannot Debouch from a …
27. ‘Sediment-laden streams carve deep, steep-sided valleys which, where they Debouch into adjacent lowlands, produce alluvial fans.’ ‘To the Pasadena, California-based management team, this set of channels Debouching into the ocean-like dark lowlands were reminiscent of the Los Angeles River's terminus at Long Beach, California.’
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28. Debouch from French origin meaning to cause to emerge, and is a term used in river, stream, and glacier geography
29. 1 Geology 2 Geography 3 Military 4 Further reading 5 See also 6 External links 7 References In fluvial geomorphology a Debouch is when runoff from a small, confined space emerges into a larger, broader space
30. ‘the soldiers Debouched from their jeeps and dispersed among the trees’ ‘Bangladesh, one of the most populous spots on earth, is virtually the delta of the Brahmaputra and Ganga river systems, where numerous streams and rivers Debouch to the Bay of Bengal.’
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31. Translation for 'to Debouch' in the free English-Polish dictionary and many other Polish translations.
32. Synonyms for Debouch include emerge, issue, sally, come out, disembogue, exit, sortie, come forth, move out and spread out
33. Debouch - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
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34. How to say Debouch in English? Pronunciation of Debouch with 1 audio pronunciation, 7 synonyms, 3 meanings, 2 translations, 3 sentences and more for Debouch.
35. Debouch translation in English - Spanish Reverso dictionary, see also 'debauch',debaucher',debauched',Deborah', examples, definition, conjugation
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36. Debouch Meaning in Urdu is تنگ جگہ سے نکلنا - Tang Jagah Say Nikalna Urdu Meaning
37. The most accurate translation of Debouch, Tang Jagah Say Nikalna in English to Urdu dictionary with Definition Synonyms and Antonyms words.
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38. Debouch in Medford, Oregon, and it seemed like a logical next step to take educationally if I was going to be in clinical practice to pursue an advanced degree in the field I was working in
39. Synonyms for Debouch in Free Thesaurus
40. 1 synonym for Debouch: march out
41. Perennial streams dissect the area and Debouch into the basin of the Smoke Creek Desert
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42. (3) Sediment-laden streams carve deep, steep-sided valleys which, where they Debouch into adjacent lowlands, produce alluvial fans
43. (4) Secondly, we say that the body of water must eventually Debouch …
44. Vhich Debouch the five Central American republics and Mexico and a roreign trade worth now one hundred million dollars
45. Debouch definition: march out (as from a defile) into open ground synonyms: march out, process, march antonyms: outgo, block, recall, freeze
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46. Antonyms for Debouch include confine, drain, dehydrate, dry, hold, keep and underwhelm
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47. Synonyms for Debouchment in Free Thesaurus
48. 1 synonym for Debouch: march out
49. What are synonyms for Debouchment?
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52. Debouch 15 is a valid Scrabble Word in NWL, formerly TWL (USA, Thailand, Canada) Debouch 15 is a valid Scrabble Word in CSW, formerly SOWPODS (Other Countries) Debouch 17 is a valid word in WWF
53. Definitions for the word, Debouch (v
Debouch definition, to march out from a narrow or confined place into open country, as a body of troops: The platoon debouched from the defile into the plain. See more.
1. to emerge; issue. 2. to march out from a narrow or confined place into open country, as a body of troops. [1655–65; < French déboucher=dé- dis- 1 + -boucher, v. derivative of bouche mouth < Latin bucca cheek, jaw] de•bouch′ment, n.
The debauch of the previous night laid the foundation of disease, from which Charles never recovered. There, as he had expected, the men were waiting in ominous silence, their eyes red with debauch and hate. We sat in the smoking-room, and having divided the plug we had a grand debauch.
1 See debase. But he rose from the depths of debauch and despair, and went on with the game. Tschaikowsky is a debauch, not so much passionate as feverish. Methods were taken to debauch the souls as well as the bodies of women. The crew looked happy even after their night's debauch, some were whistling, others humming familiar ditties.