Definition of Brogged

1. brog [v] - See also: brog



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Brogged

broddling
brode
brodekin
brodekins
brodiaea
brodies
brodifacoum
brodkin
brodkins
brods
brodtkorbite
brog
brogan
brogans
brogged (current term)
brogging
broggle
broggled
broggles
broggling
brogh
broghs
brogs
brogue
brogued
brogueing
brogueries
broguery
brogues

Literary usage of Brogged

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1. Transactions of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society edited by Charles William Sutton (1896)
"but the tracks were "brogged" from Ireleth and Kirkby to Sandside.* At Broughton the river narrows, and Lancashire and Cumberland are united by the Duddon ..."

2. The Isle of Bute in the Olden Time: With Illustrations, Maps, and Plans by James King Hewison (1895)
"... habergeon, iron hat, bow, sheaf and arrows, sword, buckler, and knife ; or if he was no bowman, with a " gude axe, or else a brogged staff. ..."

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