The OED I have shows "bivouacked" as the only spelling for the verb--
pg 888. I do not see the other spelling there at all. I see
also "bivouacking" there--1861 quote which seems to be accepted but
also "bivouacing" is shown in 1809 & 1812 quotes. The Shorter OED
shows "ck" for the verb form. The Webster's Unabridged I have
shows "ck" for every form of the verb except for "bivouacks"
and "bivouacs." Based on the two OED's and Webster's I agree with all
who suggest the "k" for the verb use. The OED shows many earlier
(1700's) spellings, however.
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, Stephen Recker <recker@...>
> Is it bivouaced or bivouacked? I see it both ways. Is one the older
> version? Thanks.