bogie : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n an evil spirit
- n an unidentified (and possibly enemy) aircraft
- Crossing six-foot-high ice ridges in the Antarctic, said Fiennes, "we broke springs, we broke bogie wheels, you name it, it got broken.
- What with news from Pennsylvania that Secretary Mellon had ordered an uninstructed delegation, the Hoover boom last week seemed overshadowed by a bogie named Illinois .
- You don't need to know a bogie from a driving wheel to feel the romantic tug of the age of steam-train travel.
- Lauren Bacall in Washington Post
Bogie would have never believed it,said Lauren Bacall, who was married to the Oscar-winning actor from 1945 until his death in 1957.