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First published 1941 (SND Vol. II).

BOUVRAGE, n. Drink, beverage.Sc. c.1742 Culloden Papers (1815) 189:
It is pilferring from the revenue . . . to pay for foreign bouvrage.

[O.Fr. bovrage, beuvrage (mod.Fr. breuvage), idem.]

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