- Informal. clothes; garments; togs.
- Chiefly British. a clothing shop.
Origin of toggery
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Examples from the Web for toggery
In short, his whole "toggery" was faultless—a perfect out-and-outer.
He could strip a case of its toggery and go right to its vitals.Robert Toombs
Pleasant A. Stovall
And hark ye, Jack, you must contrive to change your toggery.Rookwood
William Harrison Ainsworth
Why, bless you, that toggery would be heaven compared to what a man has to contend with.Peck's Sunshine
George W. Peck
"No rides to-day in that toggery, Eddy," he said in the same voice.The Three Partners
- informal clothes; togs
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Word Origin and History for toggery
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