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Definition of nog

1 : a strong ale formerly brewed in Norfolk, England
2 [ by shortening ] : eggnog

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There's just something about coordinated jammies that makes sipping on egg nog, opening gifts, and singing holiday carols that much more festive and enjoyable. Noelle Devoe, Seventeen, "19 Photos that Prove Matching Pajamas are The Secret to Eternal Happiness," 5 Oct. 2016 Certain things only make sense during the holidays: Christmas music played around the clock, egg nog, and ugly Christmas sweaters. Jaime Osnato, SELF, "12 Shamelessly Ugly Christmas Sweater Workout Leggings on Amazon," 5 Dec. 2018 Stop by The Polo Lounge, which will seduce you with its perfectly edited, fantastically smooth ambiance and its crafty holiday offerings of traditional staples such as spiced mulled wine, spiked egg nog and the fig sidecar. Kelsey Kloss, ELLE Decor, "The Best Things To Do In Los Angeles During The Holidays," 8 Nov. 2016 The kids in their PJs on Christmas morning, politely opening their presents, thanking everyone effusively, and peacefully sharing new toys all afternoon while Mama and Daddy kick up their feet and sip egg-nog. Amy Shearn, Redbook, "Making Holiday Memories, One by One," 23 Dec. 2011 Even as the restaurant fades, Mr. Seeley will keep running a store at the farm that sells his chocolate milk, ice cream and egg nog. Michael Corkery, New York Times, "Farmers Hit the Road to Reach Shoppers Before Amazon Does," 10 Apr. 2018 So in addition to chocolate and vanilla, there might be flavors like chocolate chili, egg nog, cinnamon and maltball fudge. Richard Tribou,, "Tallahassee has a sweet tooth," 8 Feb. 2018 Berries in cream was delicious; the fruit seemed bathed in the rich sweetness of egg nog. Troy L. Smith,, "Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker headed to Blossom Music Center," 18 Jan. 2018 As party season descends, companies are nervously wondering whether any of us can truly come together and drink spiked egg nog without someone who means to pat a colleague on the back accidentally putting his hands inside her blouse instead. Lavanya Ramanathan,, "No booze at your office holiday party this year? It's the 'Weinstein effect'," 13 Dec. 2017

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First Known Use of nog

1693, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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