[ UK /nˈɒɡɪn/ ]
  1. informal terms for a human head
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How To Use noggin In A Sentence

  • My guess would be that her headmaster born in the late 16th century, no doubt, when men were men and rules were rules rapped her on her noggin for inelegance at some crucial point in her development, and voilà! Author! Author! » 2010 » March
  • Tea at a tiny inn sunk in a dell through which a sleepy lane trickled between high banks -- tea in the pocket garden under sweet-smelling limes, where stocks stood orderly and honeysuckle sprawled over the brick-nogging, brought back old days of happy fellowship, just to outshine their memory. Anthony Lyveden
  • Typically the word describes a relatively uncomplicated event, physiologically speaking: just a pain in the noggin.
  • From the shine atop his bald noggin to the curl in his waxed mustache, Perez strikes a remarkable pose when compared to the herds of button-shirted cowboys gathered around him.
  • Not Blogging (otherwise known as nogging) « Squash Not Blogging (otherwise known as nogging) « Squash
  • I want to blog, I really do, but it's been an overwhelming few weeks and I can't get my noggin in order.
  • He'd be awfully sorry after he accidentally walloped her on the head with a cuspidor, but she'd still have the aching noggin.
  • What goes on inside Pujols 'noggin is a wonder to all. - Pujols' Texas-sized homer gives Astros pause
  • Examples include finding yourself wandering by a dual carriageway at 5am, or finding yourself snogging someone with no idea how you got onto intimate terms with them.
  • But as time passed, the songs never left my noggin, and it's been months now.
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