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Norwegian Bøyg

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boyg (uncountable)

  1. Formless hindrances personified as an enemy
    • 1936, John Dos Passos, The Big Money, Random House, pages 93-94
      He fought the boyg all right, pedantry, routine, timeservers at office desks, trustees, collegepresidents[sic], the plump flunkies of the ruling businessmen, all the good jobs kept for yesmen, never enough money, every broadening hope thwarted.

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