Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of wog.

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Examples

  • She wogged slightly over to her own son, with a woddied loof in her eye.

    A Spaniard in the Works

  • 'She wogged slightly over to her own son, with a woddied loof in her eye.

    A Spaniard In The Works

  • I thought I should a-screeked out when that man turned and looked at me, and wogged his head, and was nodding, is seure as if he was alive, and he only wox! '

    Gladys, the Reaper

  • This dog's cog's are wogged so the blogs are back logged.

    CogDogBlog

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