verb (used without object), mogged, mog·ging.
verb (used with object), mogged, mog·ging.
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But on the streets of “Mog,” Somali bullets and RPGs seemed to be coming from every direction at a terrifying volume.
But then Mog was a surly brute, unable to find among his own people a mate willing to endure his temper and moods.
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.
Here, you boy, mog along there in front o' me, and watch what you do!The Deserter, and Other Stories|Harold Frederic
Had she acted at once, she might have escaped, for Mog was still fifty feet above her.
Mog had been too well ambushed to stage an effective defense.