And that was when Taylor Hanson beat me in a chugging contest.
They stopped by The Daily Beast HQ to play some beer pong—and challenged Kevin Fallon to a chugging contest.
After chugging a can of Carabao, he chases the thugs away and wins her heart.
She wore an apple-green housedress and her graying beehive hairdo was unyielding against the blasts of a chugging air conditioner.
Meanwhile, the Cain Train is chugging along—and gaining steam.
Then pretty soon I couldn't hear the chugging any more at all.
Still the only reply to his monologue was the chugging of the engine.
Inside, it was cool and bright, the chugging air-conditioners efficiently blasting purified air over the many work-surfaces.
The last of the motors were chugging up the driveway as he left.
I was in the poultry yard, doctoring some of my chickens for the pip, when I heard a great puffing and chugging in the road.
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]