verb (used with object), togged, tog·ging.
Origin of tog
Examples from the Web for tog
We went to a football meeting,” explained Tom, as he shed his ordinary raiment and proceeded to “tog up.The Winning Touchdown|Lester Chadwick
"Have to tog you out like me," said the old fisherman, as he led the youth toward his hut.Larry Dexter's Great Search|Howard R. Garis
They came leaping, with Tog in the lead––and they came silently.
Lets get a lot of Freshmen, tog up in masks, or with pillow cases over our heads, and leave the warning at his door.Tom Fairfield's Schooldays|Allen Chapman
Tog was a dog with a bad name; and everybody knows that a dog with a bad name should be hanged forthwith.
British Dictionary definitions for tog (1 of 2)
verb togs, togging or togged
Word Origin for tog
British Dictionary definitions for tog (2 of 2)
- a unit of thermal resistance used to measure the power of insulation of a fabric, garment, quilt, etc. The tog-value of an article is equal to ten times the temperature difference between its two faces, in degrees Celsius, when the flow of heat across it is equal to one watt per m²
- (as modifier)tog-rating