Sto"gy (?), a. [Etym. uncertain. Cf. Stocky.]

heavy; coarse; clumsy.

[Colloq.]

 

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Sto"gy, n.; pl. Stogies (&?;). Written also stogie.

[Colloq.]

1.

A stout, coarse boot or shoe; a brogan.

2.

A kind of cheap, but not necessary inferior, cigar made in the form of a cylindrical roll.

 

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