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de·bouch

(dā-būsh'),
To open or empty into another part.
[Fr. bouche, mouth]
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When this horde of crazed women debouched on the next department, Those who worked there joined in the stampede to escape from they knew not what danger.
At the bottom of a flight of narrow steps the corridor turned sharply back upon itself, immediately making another turn in the original direction, so that at that point it formed a perfect letter S, the top leg of which debouched suddenly into a large chamber, illy lighted, and the floor of which was completely covered by venomous snakes and loathsome reptiles.
The spoor lay directly along the trail for another half-mile when the way suddenly debouched from the forest into open land and there broke upon the astonished view of the ape-man the domes and minarets of a walled city.