- To march from a narrow or confined area into the open.
- To emerge; problem: "His friends nonetheless lay within the bed of ravine, whereby the smaller stream debouched” ( James Fenimore Cooper).
- To march from a wood, defile, or any other restricted spot, into open floor; to issue.
- To issue; -- said of a stream driving from a gorge out into an open valley or an ordinary.
- resulting in to emerge or issue.
- A narrow socket from where a body of liquid pours.
- A fortress at the conclusion of a defile.
- To pour forth from a narrow orifice. To emerge from a narrow place like a defile into open country or a wider room.
- march away (as from a defile) into open surface
- distribute or emerge; particularly of streams
- To emerge or pass out; issue
- In physical geography, to issue from a mountain: stated of a river which gets in a plain from an elevated area.
- In anatomy, to open up down; empty or afin de articles, as into a duct or other vessel: as, the ureter debouches in to the kidney.
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