bog off


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bog off

interj
go away!
vb, bogs, bogging or bogged
(intr, adverb) to go away
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Supt Curley added: "As a result of the investigation carried out in Dundalk and from the information received, several lines of inquiry have been followed up and one of those has resulted in the search of Balmer's Bog off Ardee Road.
But Moira is running a farm, not a bottomless cash pit so she tells her to bog off.
I've just told him to leave me alone and not speak to me -- bog off -- I'll be doing my own thing.
In the court of public opinion, we are the judge and jury so wouldn't it be wiser sometimes not to start a trial but to tell the modern-day accusers to bog off and get a life?
She is Australian; and she has been told to bog off by the authorities in our country because it was, they said, too much of a palaver to go through the business of 'sponsoring' her to stay.
The community of Loris' annual Bog Off is a celebration of heritage expressed through a top notch cooking competition to determine the best Chicken bog - a spicy blend of rice, chicken sausage, onion and black pepper served in a "big 'ol bowl.
Just then, God grabs his arm, there's a flash of lightning and The Creator bellows: "Oy, bog off and get your own soil
Don't fall for that old trick, if they are banging on then bog off somewhere else and let them talk to an empty room.
Our local supermarket regularly has special offers ( three for the price of two, buy one get one half price, or, best of all, buy one get one free or bog off.
Earlier on Tuesday morning, the helicopter deputies had spotted Whitfield's Chevrolet truck stuck in a mud bog off a dirt road a half-mile from the home, the sergeant said.
But Moira is running a farm, not a bottomless cash pit, so she tells Maxine to bog off.