Definition of Toggery

1. n. Clothes; garments; dress; as, fishing toggery.



Definition of Toggery

1. Noun. Clothing, togs ¹

2. Noun. a clothing shop ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Toggery

1. clothing [n -GERIES] - See also: clothing

Medical Definition of Toggery

1. Clothes; garments; dress; as, fishing toggery. Origin: Cf. Togated. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toggery

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

Literary usage of Toggery

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1. Seventy Years of Irish Life: Being Anecdotes and Reminiscences by William Richard Le Fanu (1893)
"... Fairy Doctors: their patient spoils a coachman's toggery — Superstitions about birds. WHEN we went to the county of Limerick there were many factions ..."

2. Seventy Years of Irish Life: Being Anecdotes and Reminiscences by William Richard Le Fanu (1893)
"... men's shoes—Fairy Doctors : their patient spoils a coachman's toggery— Superstitions about birds. WHEN we went to the county of Limerick there were many ..."

3. Echoes from the Backwoods: Or, Sketches of Transatlantic Life by Richard George Augustus Levinge (1846)
"... Deer—toggery for the Woods—Snow Shoes—" Mai a la raquette" prevented— Hints—Wood-craft—Lose way—Escape being frozen. New Brunswick was the favourite ..."

4. Cruises in Small Yachts and Big Canoes: Or, Notes from the "Watersnake," in by H. Fiennes Speed (1883)
"... THE LOG OF THE "WATERSNAKE-" CHAPTER I. PROJECTED CRUISE—OUR SHU'—DIMENSIONS—PROVISIONING THE CREW—ERITH HARD—toggery. ..."

5. A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant: Embracing English, American, and Anglo by Albert Barrère, Charles Godfrey Leland (1890)
"toggery (popular and thieves), clothing. Next slipt off his bottom clo'ing, ... Though your suit of toggery ain'ta very flash 'un; You'd better far put up ..."

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