mog

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[ mog ]
/ mɒg /
Dialect

verb (used without object), mogged, mog·ging.

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, mog·ging.

to cause to go from one place to another.

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Origin of mog

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1665–75; m(ove) + (j)og1
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Example sentences from the Web for mogged

  • We could not get down to water, and as our horses were thirsty and foot-sore, we “mogged along.”

    Pony Tracks|Frederic Remington
  • "I'll be there," said Tarbell; and with that load off my mind, I mogged off up-town to the club to get my own dinner.

    The Wreckers|Francis Lynde