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[mog] /mɒg/ Dialect
verb (used without object), mogged, mogging.
to move on, depart, or decamp (usually followed by off or on).
to walk or move along gently, slowly, and steadily.
verb (used with object), mogged, mogging.
to cause to go from one place to another.
Origin of mog1
1665-75; m(ove) + (j)og1


[mog] /mɒg/
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  • Wot's the use o' givin' a bloated corp'ration a nickel w'en a feller can mog along on his feets?

    The Helpers Francis Lynde
  • Here, you boy, mog along there in front o' me, and watch what you do!

  • mog' resolutie aan gemelde heeren ordinaris gedeputeerden, tot derzelver narigt worden gezonden, zonder resumtie.

  • Had she acted at once, she might have escaped, for mog was still fifty feet above her.

    Warrior of the Dawn Howard Carleton Browne
  • They were six; besides those named by Urb, mog, the sullen, had been taken.

    Warrior of the Dawn Howard Carleton Browne
  • That's for somebody to mog back to Arroyo to wire for the wreck-wagon.

    A Fool For Love Francis Lynde
  • There was a sickening crunch of bone as giant fangs closed on the face of the struggling figure, and mog, the sullen, was no more.

    Warrior of the Dawn Howard Carleton Browne
  • It always looks nobler to have a man along with you than to mog along alone.

  • Here, mog had gone down beneath Sadu; a few paces away were the broken grasses where Alurna had been tossed.

    Warrior of the Dawn Howard Carleton Browne

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