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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of shoggle.

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Examples

  • One moment of the most unutterable suspense, and then -- and then -- the fearful thing drew back, turned round, and shoggled away in the direction whence it had come.

    The Sign of the Spider

  • It stood for a moment in rigid immobility, then ere the maniacal echoes of that shout had quavered into silence among the cliffs, it shoggled over the ridge and was lost to view.

    The Sign of the Spider

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