It is the site of bougie, and its environs, that make its charms.
At bougie they seemed to have left it all to Allah, with the usual result.
(c) The tip of the bougie may break off whilst in the Eustachian tube.
By this you will see that bougie must wait until I call that way again.
The scale of distances may be imagined from the fact that it is eighty-seven and a half miles by sea from Algiers to bougie.
He refitted the fireship at sea, and then went on, reaching bougie on the 2nd of May.
All the same bougie has little enough of interest for the conventional tourist.
In more obstinate cases a bougie covered with ointment of belladonna should be used daily.
The mere passage of the bougie will often effect immediate relaxation of the spasm.
A fearful tempest drove them to the harbor of bougie, an African port a hundred miles east of Algiers.
"wax candle," 1755, from French bougie "wax candle," from Bugia, Algeria, (Arabic Bijiyah), a town with a long-established wax trade.
bougie bou·gie (bōō'zhē, -jē)
A cylindrical instrument, usually somewhat flexible and yielding, used for calibrating or dilating constricted areas in tubular organs, such as the urethra or rectum.