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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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