- n water accumulated in the bilge of a ship
- n where the sides of the vessel curve in to form the bottom
- v cause to leak
the collision bilged the vessel
- v take in water at the bilge
the tanker bilged
- Its flotation was entirely dependent on whether the bilge pump could keep up with the leakage.
- Much was made of Cheney's venting, and it is a bit too easy, after six years of this bilge, to dwell on the Vice President's aura and miss the essential felony of the Bush .
- A creature that only an animal man could love, it has the temper of a bald hornet, the odor of cattle-boat bilge water and the bodily build of a Sherman tank.
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- Nick Clegg in The Guardian
Clegg told him: "This is just such bilge. I've always been completely open about the fact that I spent, 20 years ago, I spent nine months as a backroom researcher with a consultancy in London."
- Ansel Adams in Boston Globe
Of Reagan's environmental policies in general, Adams said, "The flow of bilge from the Reagan administration is a blot upon our history of literacy."