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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOGGED

I wish it understood, that this is literally my own story, logged by my old shipmate.

To be sure it did, squire; and haven't I logged it as a shift of wind?

Only a little spruce and hemlock beside had been logged here.

I've logged from the State of Maine to Oregon an' halfways back.

I've logged from Westconsin to the coast, an' never I seen the like.

I got home and made myself a sandwich and logged into the Xnet.

I logged out of the game and so did Ange and we lay there for a moment.

They logged and manufactured lumber, but not nearly all for which they had sale.

His name has been given to a creek in Chisago county, where he once logged.

When she rose she met storm from the north and logged it accordingly.

WORD ORIGIN

"reduced to the condition of a log" (which was old sailors' slang for an incapacitated wooden ship), thus "inert in the water," c.1820, from log (n.1).

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.