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Example sentences for "bugger"

Lexicographically close words:
bugbear; bugbears; bugelet; bugg; bugged; buggies; bugging; buggy; bughouse; bugle
  1. The relative proper motion of the two stars had a large plus-or-minus bugger factor.

  2. I found out the fact behind the bugger factor, Captain," he said condescendingly.

  3. We had gamahuched each other, I had fucked her twice in the cunt and once in her bottom-hole, when the fancy seized her to bugger me with her clitoris.

  4. He proposed to bugger aunt while I did the same kind office to himself.

  5. I hate to think of what happened to the last bugger made the mistake of forgiving me.

  6. And there's one bad thing about a bugger so knife-happy he lugs them around by the carload--he's generally good at tossing them.

  7. I guess any bugger that could kid religion the way Pop could got a little silver star in her books.

  8. I'd been keeping an extra lookout because I still expected the other undead bugger left over from the murder party at Nowhere to be stalking me.

  9. Roxy sniffled it all to me this morning when she was pouring out her trouble because you hadn't been over to cheer up the bugger to-day.

  10. Things are going to go straight, now that Miss Phyllis has got the bugger all happy with the medical course again.

  11. The bugger was also bound to compensate the owner for the loss of the animal, or, if he left no property, the value must be paid out of the public treasury.

  12. Swoonds, you could look at a squirrel while the little bugger jumps from one branch to the next, and tell me its age and gender, and if she be female whether she got little 'uns.

  13. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "bugger" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.
    Other words:
    bastard; bird; bitch; bloke; bogey; buffoon; bug; bugbear; bugger; bungle; cat; chap; character; cook; cove; creep; cripple; debilitate; devil; disable; drain; duck; elf; enfeeble; fag; fart; fellow; guy; hamstring; heel; hood; hoodlum; incapacitate; jerk; joker; kibosh; knave; lad; lame; louse; maim; minx; mischief; mother; pill; pixie; prick; queer; rapscallion; rascal; rat; ream; rogue; rowdy; ruffian; sabotage; sadist; scamp; scapegrace; shit; sink; sod; spike; stud; turd; wag; weaken; wing; wreck