Definition of Noggings

1. Noun. (plural of nogging) ¹



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Definition of Noggings

1. nogging [n] - See also: nogging

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Noggings

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noetical
noetically
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noeud vital
nofetumomab
nofly list
nog
nogaku
nogalamycin
nogg
nogged
noggen
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noggings (current term)
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nogoodnik
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noh
nohow
nohowish
noiance
noiances
noice
noight
noights

Literary usage of Noggings

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1. A History of Architecture in All Countries: From the Earliest Times to the by James Fergusson (1873)
"... suited either for suburban residences or manorial dwelling-places—anything at any price ; for if stone and brick were teo dear, brick noggings and lath ..."

2. History of the Modern Styles of Architecture by James Fergusson (1891)
"... suited either for suburban residences or manorial dwelling-places—anything at any price ; for if stone and brick were too dear, brick noggings and lath ..."

3. Life in Old Virginia: A Description of Virginia More Particularly the by James Joseph McDonald (1907)
"... blue china, or pewter cups, wooden and pewter spoons, knives and forks, wooden dough trays, noggings, piggins for holding water, and for working butter, ..."

4. Hanley castle by William Samuel Symonds (1883)
"... under the southern Malvern hills, built principally of wood from Malvern Chase, with stone basement, stone noggings, and great hanging roofs and gables. ..."

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