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  • v. Present participle of shoggle.

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Examples

  • We ' re left to guess, for instance, what it means that a man has his camelhair jacket shoggling over the cantle of the saddle.

    Southwestern Gothic

  • Something was moving among the stones in front -- something with great, hairy, shoggling legs, and a body the size of a thrush and much the same colour.

    The Sign of the Spider

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