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o.g.

1.
Also, O.G. Philately. original gum: the gum on the back of a stamp when it is issued to the public.
2.
Architecture. ogee.

O.G.

2.
Architecture. ogee.
3.
Philately. See o.g (def 1).
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  • "Bedad, and if you'll be doing that same, we will," O'Sullivan OG answered with a grin.

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  • "And by your leave, it is now we'll be going," OG interposed sharply.

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  • The meeting appeared to be as little expected by the stranger as by OG's party.

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  • His jaw continued to work, while his eyes looked sideways at OG.

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  • "Faith, and 'tis idle, this," O'Sullivan OG cried irritably.

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  • What is it to you if O'Sullivan OG takes our dues for us—and a trifle over?

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  • O'Sullivan OG pointed to the sloop, pointed to his house, grinned.

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  • Here was also deposited the huge iron bedstead of OG, king of Bashan.

British Dictionary definitions for OG

OG

abbreviation
1.
officer of the guard
2.
(philately) Also o.g. original gum

o.g.

abbreviation
1.
own goal
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