So this afternoon I togged out in my furs, took the jumper, and went kiting over to the Titchborne Ranch.
"Come with me, and we'll get you togged out for the ride," said the gunnery lieutenant.
First off, we togged ourselves out the way punchers allus look in magazines.
There sat his nibs, the captain, togged out with enough 278 gold braid to scare a horse.
I was togged out as a bell-boy, and was cleanin' the winders.
The next day they came to a party at the Settlement House togged up in their plunder.
togged up to the nines with his claw-hammer, cuff-shooters, gloves, and crush-hat.
I was all togged out in my new uniform, having been to have my picture taken, and I suppose the sight was a little unusual.
Meet me about half-past seven, Walter, up in the room, all togged up.
"Willie off the yacht" is there, togged in flannels and making a desperate struggle to roll in his gait.
1708, "any outer garment," shortened from togman "cloak, loose coat" (1560s), thieves' cant word, formed from French togue "cloak," from Latin toga (see toga). Middle English toge "toga" (14c.) was also a cant word for "coat."