They'd have to be to tog out like that every day in the week.
But tog, which was the one with the black eye, was not to be justified.
We went to a football meeting,” explained Tom, as he shed his ordinary raiment and proceeded to “tog up.
They came leaping, with tog in the lead––and they came silently.
Lets get a lot of Freshmen, tog up in masks, or with pillow cases over our heads, and leave the warning at his door.
“Na, she wadna set the tog at a man, Hahmeesh,” said Andrew with a sly grin.
But that night Jim Grimm lost another dog; and in the morning tog had again disappeared into the wilderness.
Say, did you fellows stop to tog up before you came to the fire?
Thereafter, tog entered Ghost Tickle by daylight, and with his teeth made good his right to come and go at will.
It is great fun for children to "tog up" and to "show off" in their play.
1708, "any outer garment," shortened from togman "cloak, loose coat" (1560s), thieves' cant word, formed from French togue "cloak," from Latin toga (see toga). Middle English toge "toga" (14c.) was also a cant word for "coat."