(Literally, "attempt to look.") Used figuratively, as highway mopery and attempt to gog (a distortion of "highway robbery and attempt to kill.") Mind your own business. (Note: This is a stock answer to the inquisitive person who asks, "What are you in for")
See Stabbing a horse and stealing his blanket

- american underworld lingo - 1950

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