He looked around at the packed, distressed cement floors and frontier-style wooden booths as we chugged our last drink.
As they chugged toward the aid station, they passed by the bodies of the two dead insurgents Larson had killed.
Mortlake, a peculiar expression on his face, looked after the car as it chugged off and then turned and re-entered the shop.
He giggled to himself and chugged his coffee, crouched down below the window.
We chugged along till towards noon and we camped and ate our lunch and met my husband.
On chugged the motor boat, and in about an hour it was at the village where Uncle Ben was to buy the things for Mrs. Martin.
A little "Brush" chugged painfully up to the gate of a race track.
Then one day a motor-car, with its top raised, chugged up the highway and climbed the steep driveway to the house on the cliff.
On chugged the motor boat, and soon it was alongside the sailboat.
For a moment it whirled and chugged away, straining to back the launch off the muddy shallows in which she had grounded.
1866, echoic of a working steam engine. As a verb, from 1884. Related: Chugged; chugging. Drinking sense attested by 1940s (chug-a-lug), probably imitative of the sound of swallowing.
To drink very quickly and in volume, as alcohol: chugged six milks at lunch
To move along, esp slowly and laboriously: The USS Saratoga came chugging up the Delaware
[1900+; echoic of an engine, esp a steam engine, operating]