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verb
Nog  v. t.  
1.
To fill in, as between scantling, with brickwork.
2.
(Shipbuilding) To fasten, as shores, with treenails.






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"Nog" Quotes from Famous Books



... no clauses inserted in the ground-briefs, contrary to the Exemptions, but the words nog te beramen (hereafter to be imposed) can be left out of the ground-briefs, ...
— Narrative of New Netherland • J. F. Jameson, Editor

... a sentinel was placed at the gate to hail the doctor, who was as sure to pass as the passenger-train. It was a familiar joke in Clayton that the buggy had a regular track, and that the wheels always ran in the same rut. Once, when Carter Nelson had taken too much egg-nog and his aunt thought he had spinal meningitis, the usual route had been reversed, and again when the blacksmith's triplets were born. But these were especial occasions. It was a matter for investigation when the doctor's buggy went over ...
— Sandy • Alice Hegan Rice

... England and America, in an atmosphere of Colonial splendour. The house itself has not undergone any change since it was built; it stands a complete example of an old ancestral estate. As we were leaving, our host insisted that no friend should leave his house without tasting the best egg-nog ever made in Virginia. The doctor and I drove to the station in a carriage with Lord Herschel. He was a man of great reserve and high breeding. On the way he showed us a letter that he had just received from his daughter, a little girl in England, telling him to be sure and come home ...
— T. De Witt Talmage - As I Knew Him • T. De Witt Talmage

... the "egg flip" of the country dance, and take a bowl of egg-nog at the banquet. It was a modern banquet for men only. Music flowed; wine sparkled; the night was far spent—it was in the wee sma' hours. The banquet was given by Col. Punk who was the promoter of a town boom, and who had persuaded the banqueters that "there were millions ...
— Gov. Bob. Taylor's Tales • Robert L. Taylor

... hand. God knows I'll be glad to go again if it's to take some Christmas to them. That woman's face kinder hant me ever sence I seen it. 'Twasn't mad or nothin', but plum beat out. I had to make a little egg-nog for my stomach when I got home. 'Tain't time for egg-nog, but a disturbance in ...
— The Man in Lonely Land • Kate Langley Bosher

... Nog svika lungans tecken i offrad falk, 13 och flrd r mngen runa, som skrs p balk; men redligt hjrta, Helge, och friskt tillika, skrev Oden fullt med runor, som ...
— Fritiofs Saga • Esaias Tegner

... little, and chiefly about the weather prospects and the ways of the earth. Sometimes Anne would appear, and gently draw the colonel in, to advise her about something, and being in, he was persuaded to an egg-nog or a nap. But he also was absorbed, she saw, though he went at a slower pace than Jeff. He who had been old seemed to be in physical revolt; he was not sitting down to wait for death. He was going ...
— The Prisoner • Alice Brown

... there was a saucer of fresh raspberry jam brought in by Mrs. Clay, the widowed sister; sometimes a basket of winesap apples; and once a year, on the night before Christmas, a large slice of fruit cake and a very small tumbler of egg-nog. Always there were the cheery smile, the pleasant talk, racy with anecdotes, and the wagging tail ...
— The Romance of a Plain Man • Ellen Glasgow



Words linked to "Nog" :   tent peg, peg, block, treenail, trenail, pin, trunnel, tee



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