Definition of Stogey

1. stogy [n -GEYS] - See also: stogy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stogey

stodge
stodged
stodger
stodgers
stodges
stodgier
stodgiest
stodgily
stodginess
stodginesses
stodging
stodgy
stoep
stoeps
stog
stogey (current term)
stogeys
stoggies
stoggy
stogie
stogies
stogy
stoiberite
stoical
stoically
stoicalness
stoicheiometric
stoicheiometry
stoichiological
stoichiometric

Literary usage of Stogey

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annual Report of the Chief Inspector of Mines for the Year Ending by Ohio Inspector of Mines (1875)
"In the stogey entry the rooms are chiefly opened to the west. ... Rooms are worked on both sides, and, as in Riddle and stogey entries, in section 19, ..."

2. The Wit and Humor of America by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1911)
"Six men were sitting in a line and praying God for air; They were Joaquin Miller and "Lumber" Lynch and "stogey" Jack Ver Mehr, "Swift-water" Bill and ..."

3. Use of Factory Statistics in the Investigation of Industrial Fatigue: A by Philip Sargant Florence (1918)
"There is also, perhaps, a " sense or judgment of amounts " which is involved where, as in the " stogey ..."

4. Use of Factory Statistics in the Investigation of Industrial Fatigue: A by Philip Sargant Florence (1918)
"There is also, perhaps, a " sense or judgment of amounts " which is involved where, as in the " stogey " industry, emphasis is placed on close cutting, ..."

5. Austria-Hungary: The Polyglot Empire by Wolf von Schierbrand (1917)
"... if such a thing had occurred, would probably have laughed or treated the culprit to one of his own favourite cigars—the "Virginia," or stogey. ..."

6. Training the Boy by William Arch McKeever (1913)
"For example, an Italian about forty years of age was making "stogey" cigars in his own house. He had appointed his mother-in-law, ..."

7. Training the Boy by William Arch McKeever (1913)
"For example, an Italian about forty years of age was making "stogey" cigars in his own house. He had appointed his mother-in-law, aged upwards of sixty, ..."

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