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
With its painted-on eyebrows, somber expression and wavy brown hair peeking through its tattered bandages, the mummy’s noggin brought viewers face-to-face with a mystery.
But Rondo, the feisty 12-year veteran, has become the third playmaking noggin.
Rosen will undergo intense training for not stomping on people’s noggins before returning to work to terrorize the citizens of Columbus.
Lucy moved her big noggin forward and back again under the blinding heat, her head seemingly ready to tumble off her human shoulders.
There’s a reason for the up-and-too-routinely-down Aztecs to clear noggins, summon some late-season road guts and run until sneakers melt.
Diana Arévalo, the first-term District 116 state rep facing a strong challenge from her predecessor, Trey Martinez Fischer, used part of her time to fire a brushback pitch in the general vicinity of her rival’s noggin.
At age 35-and-a-half, the Duke of Cambridge has finally decided to embrace his lack of locks by visiting celebrity barber Joey Wheeler, who took clippers to the royal noggin and gave him a whole new look.
After all, 2017 is a blank space in Coach O's noggin.
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Origin and Etymology of noggin
First Known Use: 1588See Words from the same year
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Definition of noggin for English Language Learners
: a person's head
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