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Definition of "bligh" []

  • William. 1754–1817, British admiral; Governor of New South Wales (1806–9), deposed by the New South Wales Corps: as a captain, commander of H.M.S. Bounty when the crew mutinied in 1789 (noun)

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Use "bligh" in a sentence
  • "For 2009, the Junior Calypso Monarch competition will also be getting a "bligh," with over"
  • "Mr. Golding called on the members of the Alliance to help change the culture of small businesses because 'We are not going to get anywhere if we portray ourselves as disadvantaged, marginalized people and therefore we need a' bligh '."
  • "I did no wish to mar sushine mushal happ'ness, to bligh bud o 'promise, to darken conjuglar sky by unpleasht revelashun."
  • "For 2009, the Junior Calypso Monarch competition will also be getting a "bligh," with over"
  • "Gal me try up to now me just cyan get no bligh, Haffi ask de question why."