Definitions

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  • adj. togated; dressed in a toga

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Togated.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Clad in a toga; togated.

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Examples

  • ¶ Now draw all {e} þese figures downe toged {er} as þus, 6.8.1. & 1 draw to-gedur; þat wolle be 16, do away all {e} þese figures saue 6. lat hym stonde, for þow þ {o} u take hym away þou most write þer þe same aȝene.

    The Earliest Arithmetics in English

  • Now cast all {e} þese nounbers toged {ur}, the quych is þis, a hundryth & ten

    The Earliest Arithmetics in English

  • And haue all {e} þe ylke cifers toged {ur} in þi mynde, [* leaf 162a] a-rowe ychoɳ aftur other, and in þe last plase set þe nounbre þat comes of þe

    The Earliest Arithmetics in English

  • And yf þ {o} u haue well y-wroth a-for {e} þou schalt haue þe hier nombre þe same þ {o} u haddest or þou be-gan to worch. as for þis I bade þou schulde kepe þe neþ {er} figures stylle. lo an [* leaf 145b] Ensampull {e} of all {e} þe 4 cases toged {re}. worche well {e} þis case

    The Earliest Arithmetics in English

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