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disembogue (v.)

1590s, of a river, etc., "pour out or discharge at the mouth" (transitive); c. 1600, "flow out, become discharged" (intransitive), from Spanish disembocar, from dis- "opposite of" (see dis-) + embocar "enter by the mouth or by a narrow passage," from boca "mouth" (see bouche). 

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