[ UK /wˈɒɡ/ ]
  1. (offensive British slang) term used by the British to refer to people of color from Africa or Asia
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How To Use wog In A Sentence

  • Well, luckily for you, the publisher hornswoggled more out of me than this mere introduction. The Codex Continual » Bulwark Publishing: Kharndam Collected (#3)
  • And Mike was hornswoggled enough to replace some of his martial graphics with a picture of some nice mountain scenery.
  • This episode just shows that scientists and technicians who are exposed to phenomena that are sufficiently far out of their fields, can be completely hornswoggled.
  • Lori and theother twoguys whose names I forgot (doh!) were wonderful hosts. John Brown – the author’s official site » 2009 » November » 21
  • You can always speed it up by recruiting assistance; for example, I bet the local scouts would be only too happy to help in return for a handful of woggles.
  • Expects imply that such situation belongs to the normal immigration of toads in the course of becoming a frog from a polliwog, having nothing to do with earthquakes.
  • It gives a whole new meaning to checking your woggle. The Sun
  • Corporation chiefs told her that unless she acknowledged that using the word golliwog was unacceptable, she could not work on the show again. Home | Mail Online
  • Mr Powell, 44, came in for fierce criticism when he replaced Terry Wogan with the £10 million drama.
  • One of the songs, I suppose you would call it a signature tune, 'Wild Horses', has had a great reception and was first played on the radio by Terry Wogan!
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