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  • v. Present participle of tog.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I knew it was my own fault for not togging out on the appointed afternoons, for disappearing into the library when I should have been on the playing field, but I was not alone in believing that I had been singled out by not being allowed to travel on the bus as a supporter.

    The Empty Family

  • I see FHM has relaunched itself under ACP helmage as more of a Mens Style-type more articles, less chicks mag, with Ralph and Zoo progressing towards the bottom of the barrel not withstanding the blonde ex-Hi5 hottie togging off in the most recent edition of the former, which is win frosted with more win.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Virtual friends.

  • The dosage of a togging concentrate depends on the volume of the free space in the store.

    8. Pest control using insecticides

  • Other casting off their armour wrastling and togging one with another: some headlong with their heeles vpwarde, falling and not come to the ground from off their horsses.

    Hypnerotomachia The Strife of Loue in a Dreame

  • And there's unclouded glory in occasionally togging him out in spotless white, and beholding him as immaculate as a cherub, if only for one brief half-hour.

    The Prairie Mother

  • Wouldn't mind togging up in kilts just to give the Prince of Wales

    The Complete Golfer

  • "Because, fellows, if we haven't brains and industry enough to get our uniforms ourselves we've no business togging up at all.

    The Grammar School Boys of Gridley or, Dick & Co. Start Things Moving

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