toggery
noun Etymology: togs Date: 1810 clothing

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Toggery — Tog ger*y, n. [Cf. {Togated}.] Clothes; garments; dress; as, fishing toggery. [Colloq.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • toggery — (n.) clothes collectively, 1812, from TOG (Cf. tog) + ERY (Cf. ery) …   Etymology dictionary

  • toggery — /tog euh ree/, n., pl. toggeries for 2. 1. Informal. clothes; garments; togs. 2. Chiefly Brit. a clothing shop. [1805 15; TOG + ERY] * * * …   Universalium

  • toggery — noun a) Clothing, togs b) a clothing shop …   Wiktionary

  • toggery — tog·ger·y || tÉ‘gÉ™rɪ / tÉ’ n. clothes, togs; clothing store …   English contemporary dictionary

  • toggery — tog·gery …   English syllables

  • toggery — tog•ger•y [[t]ˈtɒg ə ri[/t]] n. inf clothes; togs • Etymology: 1805–15 …   From formal English to slang

  • toggery — /ˈtɒgəri/ (say toguhree) noun British Colloquial garments; clothes; togs. {tog + g + ery} …   Australian English dictionary

  • toggery — n. colloq. clothes, togs …   Useful english dictionary

  • bishop's toggery — n. bishop s clothes; bishop s robe …   English contemporary dictionary

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