Definition of Mogged
1. mog [v] - See also: mog
Lexicographical Neighbors of Mogged
mogged (current term)
Literary usage of Mogged
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Pony Tracks by Frederic Remington (1895)
"were thirsty and foot-sore, we " mogged along." On our ride we " cut the trail " of a big band of mustangs, or wild horses, but did not see them, ..."
2. Dialect Notes by American Dialect Society (1896)
"... or more often simply mibs ; no other tenu is used in Ithaca. Mich. se, NY c. migs : marbles. King's Co., NY inog (mag) : to walk. " We mogged along ..."
3. With the Yankee Division in France by Frank Palmer Sibley (1919)
"He mogged along with his orderly, and presently, in a halted column, came upon a baggage camion piled high with blue denim barrack bags, and a big buck ..."