Definition of Toggeries

1. toggery [n] - See also: toggery



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toggeries

togated
togaviridae infections
togavirus
togaviruses
toge
togeather
toged
togemans
toges
together
togetherness
togethernesses
togey
togged
togged up
toggeries (current term)
toggery
togging
togglability
togglable
toggle
toggle bolt
toggle iron
toggle joint
toggle switch
toggleable
toggled
toggler
togglers
toggles

Literary usage of Toggeries

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1. The Cotton Kingdom: A Traveller's Observations on Cotton and Slavery in the by Frederick Law Olmsted (1862)
"... coloured restaurant, coloured coffee-houses, and a coloured barber-shop, which, we have heard say, has a back communication with one of the ^toggeries', ..."

2. Poetical Works by Robert Browning, James Russell Lowell (1895)
"Back topsails ! yon can't escape him ; The man-ropes stretch with his weight, And the queerest old toggeries drape him, The Lord knows how long out of date! ..."

3. The Writings of James Russell Lowell by James Russell Lowell (1890)
"Back topsails! you can't escape him; The man-ropes stretch with his weight, And the queerest old toggeries drape him, The Lord knows how long out of date 1 ..."

4. The Works of James Russell Lowell by James Russell Lowell (1890)
"Back topsails! you can't escape him; The man-ropes stretch with his weight, And the queerest old toggeries drape him, The Lord knows how long out of date 1 ..."

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