Definition of Grogged
1. grog [v] - See also: grog
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grogged
Literary usage of Grogged
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bulletin of the Iowa Engineering Experiment Station by Iowa Engineering Experiment Station (1915)
"38 presents the curves for the grogged clays and again No. 34-G and No. 36-G are the only ones standing the test, and the same clays failing as neat brick ..."
2. Biennial report by North Dakota Geological Survey (1906)
"The shrinkage of this clay is probably too great to be used alone, and it would have to be grogged. Strong red brick could be made from the ..."
3. Grose's Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue: Revised and Corrected ...by Francis Grose by Francis Grose (1823)
"A carbuncle, or pimple in the face, caused by drinking. grogged. A grogged horse; a foundered horse. ..."
4. Bulletin by Colorado Geological Survey (1915)
"Should make good, red pressed bricks, and soft- and stiff mud bricks if grogged. 150. Location: Colorado Springs Pressed Brick and Fir-- Brick Company's ..."