I'm off to Perth with the toggery of an old fellow who slept in the same room with me last night.
In short, his whole "toggery" was faultless—a perfect out-and-outer.
What matters the room where we doff our toggery when we are once out of it?
He could strip a case of its toggery and go right to its vitals.
And hark ye, Jack, you must contrive to change your toggery.
And never speak of clothes, collectively, as toggs or toggery.
Here—I'll drive you home first, and wait while you jump into your toggery.
If I go to the play now—there I am, dressed in toggery and sittin' in the stalls!
This ain't my first sight of you, allowance made for toggery.
How can I say whether "toggery" is derived from the Latin word toga?