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bogman

Line breaks: bog¦man
Pronunciation: /ˈbɒɡmən/

Definition of bogman in English:

noun (plural bogmen)

Irish derogatory
A person from a rural area: a bogman from the hills
More example sentences
  • You could have met anyone there - holders of multiple All-Ireland medals, golfers, university professors, artists, bogmen, yarn spinners, silage contractors, balladmakers, poets and rogues galore.
  • Proud bogmen across the county are being asked to don their thinking caps and best suits to organise a heat in their local pub ahead of the big county final in September.
  • Knowledgeable bogmen always keep an ear to the weather forecast, but also rely on their own intuition to sense what nature has in store.

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