[ US /ˈboʊˌɡɑɹt/ ]
  1. United States film actor (1899-1957)
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How To Use Bogart In A Sentence

  • Perhaps, unlike Humphrey Bogart and Claude Rains in "Casablanca," the Obama White House and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce were never destined for a beautiful friendship. White House, Chamber Have a Shot at Reconciling
  • Bogies is housed in a restored movie theater and decorated with Humphrey Bogart memorabilia.
  • (Soundbite of laughter) SAGAL: And only the shop steward can bogart it. Panel Round Two
  • They mistakenly believed he had tried to bogart the gas and poach the summit.
  • Sacrificing plot clarity for wisecracking dialogue and smouldering seduction the producers removed a big chunk of explanation in favour of more Bogart-Bacall smooch time, the definitive Chandler detective movie is still wildly enjoyable. This week's new films
  • Like Eminem, ecstasy, and Outkast, this election has been co-opted by our moms and dads and it's time for us to say, ‘Don't bogart it!’
  • But they reshot her scenes at the insistence of Bogart and director Howard Hawks and she ultimately earned excellent notices.
  • There is no bogarting of the microphone; from the first shimmering bars of the album you hear that this trio have found a magical balance.
  • He said he often seeks inspiration from the 1952 movie "Deadline USA, " in which Humphrey Bogart plays the managing editor of a New York newspaper who takes on the mob.
  • Sony also ran a "Smooth Criminal" vignette from the disc showing Jackson "interact" with Rita Hayworth, Edward G. Robinson and Humphrey Bogart in classic black and white footage from Gilda and other old-time movies. CES: Michael Jackson on Blu-ray
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