You might be a cog at a trading desk, compensated with nothing but money.
I thought how each German felt he was a cog in the immense national machine, and had his work systematised.
From the upper piece a notch is cut only wide enough to receive the cog.
For if he were now solving decimals and square root he would be but a cog and not the great wheel itself.
The Emperor Napoleon has visited some of his hospitals in cog.
In short, he is becoming a specialist which makes him a cog in the machine of quantity output.
The young gintlemen are two princes that are travelling in cog.
I hae had better kail in my cog, and ne'er gae them a keytch.
It proved that not only the seams had to be calked but that the cog Thomas was out of fresh water.
At once there was a cog gone from the answering wheel to match.
c.1300, "cog wheel;" late 14c., "tooth on a wheel," probably a borrowing from a Scandinavian language (cf. Norwegian kugg "cog") and cognate with Middle High German kugel "ball."