[ US /ˈtɑɡz/ ]
[ UK /tˈɒɡz/ ]
  1. informal terms for clothing
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How To Use togs In A Sentence

  • Now of course when it comes to pulling on our togs, cozzies, bathers or trunks and swimming competitively, Australians never seem to be too far from the medals.
  • The range of tog values has been extended to 15 togs.
  • I should bring my togs and go swimming.
  • Winton wasn't ready to see her today, there in his togs and all, dishevelled and exhausted.
  • Unpicking plain knitting is dead easy, of course, but the k2togs and (worse) the k3togs tend to stick together. Archive 2009-05-01
  • This is a fun game to raise funds for some deserving causes so bring along your boots, togs and shin guards and join in the fun.
  • They have even stripped off their flame retardant togs to raise cash for local good causes.
  • I chatted her up, supplied her with drinks and food, and after it began to get dark suggested that we change into our swimming togs to get in a little swim.
  • And plan your next trip out this way - bring a picnic, camera, golf clubs, togs, walking shoes - and in winter, a raincoat just in case!
  • The young men were not expected to have evening "togs" in their runabout traps, but they did have some really good-looking, fresh, summer flannels that made them appear just as well dressed and much better looking than some of the "swells" in their regular dress suits. The Motor Girls Through New England or, Held by the Gypsies
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