verb (used with object), togged, tog·ging.
- toga praetexta,
- toga virilis,
Origin of tog
Examples from the Web for togs
Wen he says that my togs and my talk are "the fashion of sev'ral years back."
I'll run up to Decker's room at the hotel and change my togs.A Romance of Billy-Goat Hill|Alice Hegan Rice
Be at the gym at three with your togs, Gilbert, and do your best for us from now on.Left Guard Gilbert|Ralph Henry Barbour
"You're better in togs than when I seed you last, sir," said Bulger, gripping his hand again.In Clive's Command|Herbert Strang
Your act will be the fourth on the program, so youd better go and get your togs on and be ready, he told Dick.The Ranger Boys Outwit the Timber Thieves|Claude A. Labelle
pl n informal
Word Origin for togs
verb togs, togging or togged
Word Origin for tog
- 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