togaed
adjective see toga

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • togaed — [tō′gəd] adj. wearing a toga * * * See toga. * * * …   Universalium

  • togaed — [tō′gəd] adj. wearing a toga …   English World dictionary

  • togaed — ˈtōgəd adjective : clad in or as if in a toga : togated a togaed Roman senator togaed dancers parks, where togaed or equestrian Lincolns would look blandly down Nation …   Useful english dictionary

  • togaed — adjective Wearing or covered by a toga. The togaed fratboy looked silly …   Wiktionary

  • togaed — adj. wearing a toga or robe …   English contemporary dictionary

  • togaed — to·gaed …   English syllables

  • toga — togaed /toh geuhd/, adj. /toh geuh/, n., pl. togas, togae / jee, gee/. 1. (in ancient Rome) the loose outer garment worn by citizens in public. 2. a robe of office, a professorial gown, or some other distinctive garment. [1590 1600; < L; akin to… …   Universalium

  • to|gat|ed — «TOH gay tihd», adjective. 1. = togaed. (Cf. ↑togaed) 2. Latinized: »togated words or language. 3. stately; majestic. ╂[< Latin togātus wearing a toga < toga (see …   Useful english dictionary

  • toga — noun Etymology: Latin; akin to Latin tegere to cover more at thatch Date: 1600 the loose outer garment worn in public by citizens of ancient Rome; also a similar loose wrap or a professional, official, or academic gown • togaed adjective …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • toga — /ˈtoʊgə / (say tohguh) noun (plural togas) 1. the loose outer garment of the citizens of ancient Rome when appearing in public in time of peace. 2. a robe of office, a professional gown, or some other distinctive garment. {Latin, related to… …   Australian English dictionary

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