Examples of noggin in a Sentence
He fell and got a bump on his noggin.
watch the lintel above the door, unless you want to bang your noggin
Recent Examples of noggin from the Web
Less than three minutes in Joshua Fleck put his noggin on one for the early lead.
The girls can score the soccer ball in a variety of ways with Grieshop often using her noggin on Loveland's notorious set-piece corners placed perfectly by junior Brooke Harden.
These two dastardly words should melt the headset on Pat Fitzgerald's noggin: Illinois State.
Her clearly thought out premises should be a bop on the noggin to transportation planners.
But for the past month, something else—or, rather, someone else has been occupying an inordinate amount of space in my noggin'.
As Kim explains, there are a number of regions in your noggin that are connected to each other and communicate through levels of the feel-good neurotransmitter dopamine.
These boys, though a bit archival-looking, are photo-precise, as are the flowers sprouting from their noggins.
The seats are perfectly shaped and supportive, although passengers in back will be squeezed and may knock noggins getting in beneath the sloping rear roof.
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