Definition of Togging

1. Verb. (present participle of tog) ¹



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Definition of Togging

1. tog [v] - See also: tog

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Togging

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

Literary usage of Togging

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1. The American Government by Frederick Jennings Haskin (1911)
"Anyone who has ever seen a rural blacksmith "cut a tire" on Farmer Brown's road wagon will understand the principle of togging out a big gun in a new jacket ..."

2. All the Year Round: A Weekly Journal by Charles Dickens (1887)
"WHO ART THOU THAT JUDGEST 1 " A HORRIBLE doubt was gnawing and togging at the strings of Adrian Lyle's uneasy conscience. As a rule, when he doubted anyone ..."

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