[ nog-ing ]
/ ˈnɒg ɪŋ /
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masonry, as bricks, used to fill the spaces between studs or other framing members.
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Example sentences from the Web for nogging
There were houses of brick-nogging, which derived their chief support from those adjoining.The Mayor of Casterbridge|Thomas Hardy
This was done for warmth, and was known as "nogging," following the English practice.Every Day Life in the Massachusetts Bay Colony|George Francis Dow
She was out "egg-nogging," as I used to call it, when Mrs. Sewall called.The Fifth Wheel|Olive Higgins Prouty
British Dictionary definitions for nogging
/ (ˈnɒɡɪŋ) /
Also called: nog, (Scot and NZ) dwang a short horizontal timber member used between the studs of a framed partition
masonry or brickwork between the timber members of a framed construction
a number of wooden pieces fitted between the timbers of a half-timbered wall
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