Debouch- Word of the day
- to cause to emerge : discharge
- to march out into open ground : emerge, issue
Debouch first appeared in English in the 18th century. It derives from a French verb formed from the prefix de- (“from”) and the noun bouche (“mouth”), which itself derives from the Latin bucca (“cheek”).
- It passes through the entrance to the Sahara Canal before it debouches into the North Sea.
- This mission had the major aim of establishing a safe place for people to debouch from the Alps.
- It rises from the highest Peak and flows east-southeast to debouch between the mountains.
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