verb (used with object),shogged, shog·ging.
to shake; jolt.
verb (used without object),shogged, shog·ging.
to jog along.
a shake; jolt.
1350–1400; Middle English shoggen (v.); perhaps akin to shock1
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How to use shog in a sentence
If perchance a trot, it was a mere shog, comfortable enough with a short seat and high cantle.Patroclus and Penelope | Theodore Ayrault Dodge