Thesaurus / tog
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We went to a football meeting,” explained Tom, as he shed his ordinary raiment and proceeded to “tog up.

The Winning TouchdownLester Chadwick

"Have to tog you out like me," said the old fisherman, as he led the youth toward his hut.

They came leaping, with Tog in the lead––and they came silently.

Lets get a lot of Freshmen, tog up in masks, or with pillow cases over our heads, and leave the warning at his door.

Tog was a dog with a bad name; and everybody knows that a dog with a bad name should be hanged forthwith.

Altogether, in his half-grown days, Tog led a yelping, bleeding life of it; whereby he got no more than his desserts.

Whether or not Tog was concerned in that affair, nobody knows.

Tog is much smaller, well-wooded, and inhabited, and about nine hundred feet high.

The ship's company were consoled with this idea, and Jansen again repeated, "that the tog was but a tog, after all."

SnarleyyowCaptain Frederick Marryat

They'd have to be to tog out like that every day in the week.

Ewing\'s LadyHarry Leon Wilson

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