Definitions

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  • adj. Wearing or covered by a toga.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Equipped with or clad in a toga.

Etymologies

toga +‎ -ed (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • He struck the same pose as the little togaed Greek on the label, waving cheerily.

    In the Garden of Iden

  • We left them on a sort of platform which had been built for them upon the pedestal of the famous knee-breeches-and-cocked-hat statue of the First Napoleon, which was replaced by the Roman-togaed one upon the Column Venôdme.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 12, No. 28, July, 1873

  • But I marvelled at my luck, for I knew many eyes of secret-service experts scanned that slow-moving column of togaed noblemen and such adepts have a marvellous memory for the shape of an ear, a nose, a chin, or any such feature.

    Andivius Hedulio Adventures of a Roman Nobleman in the Days of the Empire

  • Laziale on the other, the surprise of suddenly coming on a rude stone cottage, with headless statues of athletes and togaed Romans built into its rough walls.

    The Spirit of Rome

  • What solitary humanist may have put up that inscription, coming out from Rome to commune in that wilderness, amid the rustle of the oakwood and of the laurel-trees, and the screaming of magpies and owls, with the togaed poets and philosophers of the Past?

    The Spirit of Rome

  • Rome's victory upon their banners, and upheld the throne of the purple-togaed prince who rode before them.

    The Last Galley Impressions and Tales

  • A soldier might know that it was the little weary men with their short swords, their heavy pikes over their shoulders, and their square shields slung upon their backs, who were the real terror of the enemies of the Empire, but to the eyes of the wondering Thracians it was this troop of glittering Apollos who bore Rome's victory upon their banners, and upheld the throne of the purple-togaed prince who rode before them.

    The Last of the Legions and Other Tales of Long Ago

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  • 1997, probably, but it would have been an ironic toga.

    November 25, 2010

  • When was the last time you attended a party togaed?

    November 24, 2010