[1920s+] (Aus.) a difficult time, problems.
[20C+] unsatisfactory, mixed up, useless [SE buggery + bugger up v.].
[late 19C+] a general intensifier, e.g. hot as buggery.
[1910s+] of a person, completely defeated; of an object, wrecked beyond repair.
[1920s+] a general intensifier, usu. negative.
[1960s+] (Aus.) far away or far off the mark.
[1970s] to make a great deal of fuss.
[20C+] to play havoc with.
1. [20C+] (also to beggary, to boogery, to buggary) a synon. for to hell under hell n.
2. [1950s+] (also to boogery) to the limit, to extremes.
[late 19C+] a general excl. of dismissal.