Reminder to keep things moving.
A Bogart reminder;

'Is that going square? 'Cos it's not going round.',

would warn the current person, (optionally to their left) to remember to next person.
by Sml village September 25, 2009
I'll take care of any trouble. You see I've got a couple of Bogarts coming in from Frisco.
by Papa Byrd June 24, 2011
To take position at, or possesion of, something before it is commonly open to such.
"That TFP guy bogarted the communion rail again!"
by Greg November 25, 2004
"bogart" has nothing to do with Humphrey Bogart. All such definitions are merely passed along out of error. At Folsom prison in California the habit of putting your arm around the food to keep others from takin it was called "bowlguarding". From Folsom it spread to other prisons and into the general population. This expression compressed to "bogart" and perfectly extended to hogging a marijuana joint. It is a prison term and much precedes the 1976 song where it first became commonly heard generally outside of California.
Don't bogart that joint, my friend.
by noiret January 05, 2010
To stop others from having or using something, being prevented.
Don't Bogart the Bog, I really have to go right now, man!!!
by Dophler October 16, 2006
to hog something that is supposed to be everyones
At the lake, the Gas Man and Grimey Boy accused Mr. Ed of bogarting all the chicks because they wanted to fuck them and feed them cheese.
by Horace Grimes May 11, 2006
to steal or to take, however the reference is made in a lightened manner
Don't bogart my chips man!
by Alex April 06, 2003

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