Informal. clothes; garments; togs.
Chiefly British. a clothing shop.
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How to use toggery in a sentence
"No rides to-day in that toggery, Eddy," he said in the same voice.The Three Partners | Bret Harte
At Guillotin's he will not come off so well, particularly if his toggery be over spruce, and his pouch has chink in it.
Skenedonk also had new toggery in scarfs and trinkets which I did not recognize, and his fine buckskins were cleaned.Lazarre | Mary Hartwell Catherwood
Nannie asked, when, having laid aside her tragic toggery, she came in her own person to take her leave.A Bookful of Girls | Anna Fuller
He had discarded his shore toggery and slumped around in a cloth cap, a cardigan jacket, heavy woollen pants and carpet slippers.The Viking Blood | Frederick William Wallace
British Dictionary definitions for toggery
informal clothes; togs
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