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The researchers found that about 30 percent of female birds boast bright blue noggins as adults.

This reliability, the authors posit, makes your noggin feel safe, which allows it to recharge.

These will all help your noggin relax as best as it can, and you’ll be finding little moments of zen in no time.

Its fuselage resembles a sleek blimp, or maybe the noggins of the Coneheads of Saturday Night Live yore.

Meanwhile, the tiny noggins might be useful for burrowing or chasing down insects underground.

Virtual electronic brain is to be trusted; brain inside our noggin, and instincts therein, is to be suspected.

Watch video of others who took a cream pie to the noggin after Soupy set the standard.

Noggin; a small vessel, now understood to hold two glasses; also called naggin.

And Flint could have 207 had his noggin without anybody disturbing him, even if the contract read otherwise.

"There's always a bit of griddle bread or potato cake, and a noggin of milk for a friend," said he.

Maybe he listened, absorbing the meaning and sound of words, trying them out in the silence of his otherwise vacant little noggin.

Perched on one of the lower branches of a wayside oak, Will Noggin was pointing a shaking finger in the direction he named.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to noggin, such as: cup, dome, mug, noddle, and pate.

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