noun, plural mog·gies. British Informal.
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So saying, Moggy stalked forward, and joined the men on the forecastle.
The corporal waited for orders, and Moggy waited for her husband.
“I only meant of longer pedigree, Moggy,” replied Nancy, soothingly.
“Your good health, Mr Vanslyperken,” said Moggy, drinking to him.
But I say, Moggy, perhaps it is as well for him not to find you on board.