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Broguish vs. Brogue

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Broguishadjective

Pertaining to or marked by a brogue, a thick accent.

Broguenoun

A strong dialectal accent. In Ireland it used to be a term for Irish spoken with a strong English accent, but gradually changed to mean English spoken with a strong Irish accent as English control of Ireland gradually increased and Irish waned as the standard language.

Broguenoun

A strong Oxford shoe, with ornamental perforations and wing tips.

Broguenoun

(dated) A heavy shoe of untanned leather.

Brogueverb

To speak with a brogue (accent).

Brogueverb

(intransitive) To walk.

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Brogueverb

(transitive) To kick.

Brogueverb

(transitive) To punch a hole in, as with an awl.

Brogueverb

(dialect) to fish for eels by disturbing the waters

Broguenoun

A stout, coarse shoe; a brogan.

Broguenoun

A dialectic pronunciation; esp. the Irish manner of pronouncing English.

β€˜Or take, Hibernis, thy still ranker brogue.’;

Broguenoun

a thick and heavy shoe

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