Definition of Grogging

1. grog [v] - See also: grog



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grogging

grody
groel protein
groenendael
groes protein
grog
grog-blossom
grogged
groggeries
groggery
groggier
groggiest
groggified
groggily
grogginess
grogginesses
grogging (current term)
groggy
groghouse
groghouses
grognard
grognards
grogram
grograms
grogs
grogshop
grogshops
groid
groin attack
groin ulcer

Literary usage of Grogging

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1. Reports of All the Cases Decided by All the Superior Courts Relating to by Great Britain Magistrates' cases, Edward William Cox, Great Britain (1905)
"The sidenote of this section refers to " grogging." which is a well- known term for extracting spirits from wood by means of hot water, and that shows the ..."

2. Reports of Cases in Criminal Law Argued and Determined in All the Courts in by Edward William Cox (1907)
"ROBINSON there is some process deliberately leading to " grogging," such LIMITED or Dy adding ... With regard to the term " grogging," it is said that it ..."

3. Hansard's Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament, Thomas Curson Hansard (1891)
"grogging " BONDED CASKS MB. BIGWOOD (Middlesex, Brentford) : I beg to ask ... The question of " grogging " generally is now being carefully considered by ..."

4. Bulletin by Colorado Geological Survey (1915)
"Economic Value: May make pink earthenware and soft-mud and pressed bricks, but the first two will require grogging, and there is apt to be a considerable ..."

5. Cases Decided in the Court of Session, Court of Justiciary, and House of Lords by Scotland Court of Session, Scotland High Court of Justiciary, Scotland Parliament. House of Lords (1881)
"In point of fact, we were informed, in the case before us at that time, that the excess was brought about by the operation of grogging. ..."

6. The Variation of Animals and Plants Under Domestication by Charles Darwin (1887)
"... plumage of these birds as their age advances, results from a tendency in the individual to revert to the primitive type. grogging as a direct cause of ..."

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