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bogart

1. To monopolize or overuse a shared joint or marijuana cigarette. Hey, quit bogarting the joint, man!
2. By extension, to monopolize or overuse something. Hey, stop bogarting all the popcorn—we're supposed to be sharing!
3. To stall or delay something. I thought my secretary was bogarting so that I wouldn't go into my office—turns out, they were setting up a surprise party for me in there!
4. To model one's behavior after actor Humphrey Bogart, who was known for playing tough, masculine characters. You don't have to be a bogart all the time—it's OK to show some vulnerability.

bogard

verb
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bogart

and bogard (ˈbogɑrt and ˈbogɑrd)
1. in. to monopolize a communal marijuana cigarette; to hold a communal marijuana cigarette so long—Bogart style—that one drools on it. (From Humphrey Bogart, the screen actor.) Stop bogarding and take a hit!
2. in. to stall. The lawyer for the other side is bogarding, and it will take weeks to get it settled.
3. in. to act in a tough manner like Humphrey Bogart. There’s nothing funnier than a wimp trying to bogard around.
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"She was the first person we met when we were going through it," Shauna Bogart said of Tsinas.
The thieves who took Bogart's camera equipment left his passport in someone else's burglarized car.
Normally Bogart would not leave his photography equipment in the car, he said, but he was in a hurry to meet his wife at church.
In Bogart's reading, the author's exploration of Jean's psyche vanishes into the shadows, to be replaced by an incisive examination of two women struggling for dominance over a stupid man, a character of interest only as a disposable sexual object.
Enhancing Bogart's over-the-top approach to the text is Helen Cooper's vividly profane 1995 translation.