debosh


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debosh

(dɪˈbɒʃ)
vb (tr)
a variant form of debauch
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"You couldn't take the whole lot?" said Bert, waving his hand at the deboshed and blackened ruins on the ground.
Sports Authority spokesman Jim DeBosh said that most of the business such retail shops do is for tax-exempt clothing and apparel.
Victor's nephew Claude, hampered by a speech impediment, is having an affair with Nanette, the wife of the Deboshes' servant, Perrier.