Its toggle switch was at the “on” position, and it was lying on its side.
A handkerchief and toggle, or stick of any kind, is sometimes substituted.
Gliders were casting off their toggle hooks and swooping earthward.
With a muttered curse, Merrick flipped a toggle and the scene dimmed.
As soon as he was below the deck, Christy closed the scuttle, and secured it with the toggle.
We will toggle each other on this special question if you like.
There was a red plastic safety guard over one of the toggle switches.
The lily-iron is, in principle, exactly what a whaleman would describe by the word “toggle.”
It looked just then as though the principal intended to "toggle" him.
toggle: A pin placed through the bight or eye of a rope to secure it round a stay, mast, etc.
1769, "short pin passed through the eye of a rope," a nautical word of uncertain origin, perhaps a frequentative form of tog "tug." Meaning "a kind of wall fastener" is recorded from 1934. Toggle bolt is from 1794; toggle switch first attested 1938.
1836, from toggle (n.). Related: Toggled; toggling.
To change a bit from whatever state it is in to the other state; to change from 1 to 0 or from 0 to 1. This comes from "toggle switches", such as standard light switches, though the word "toggle" actually refers to the mechanism that keeps the switch in the position to which it is flipped rather than to the fact that the switch has two positions. There are four things you can do to a bit: set it (force it to be 1), clear (or zero) it, leave it alone, or toggle it.