For the past week, I've toggled between Morning Phase and Top 40 radio, trying to answer that question.
Scott toggled back and forth between preacher mode—he opened with the lyrics to “Amazing Grace”—and chatty, story-telling mode.
Hence, each pair of rudders was toggled together by a cross-yoke.
Pelham repeated these words, and then "toggled" his rival in the same manner.
Pelham was duly "toggled," and offered no objection to the penalty; indeed, he only laughed at it.
The four rudders, toggled in pairs, are shown in both the lines and inboard drawings, but the shape is different in the two plans.
"You can't know anything more about it until you have been toggled," replied Shuffles.
To the halliards was toggled another ensign, somewhat similar in design but infinitely cleaner in its records and traditions.
The span attached to the cringles on the leech of a square sail to which the bowline is toggled or clinched.
The bowlines to the other sails are toggled to the bridles and lead forward.
1769, "short pin passed through the eye of a rope," a nautical word of uncertain origin, perhaps a frequentative form of tog "tug." Meaning "a kind of wall fastener" is recorded from 1934. Toggle bolt is from 1794; toggle switch first attested 1938.
1836, from toggle (n.). Related: Toggled; toggling.