These English have strong hearts—will suck at pain As life were in her dugs.
The dugs are four, very rarely six, all yielding milk, and none of them dry.
And by that time they were greedily pounding at her dugs for another meal.
The well-known stories of cows, the dugs of whom had been sucked dry by snakes, were recalled to his mind.
She had a rabbits foot, mounted in silver, hanging between her dugs.
Other authorities speak of the general belief in witches sucking the dugs of cows in the form of hares.
My arm is nothing weak, my strength is not gone by; Sons, I have borne many sons, but my dugs are not dry.
Others stroked he-goats by the dugs, and saved their milk in a sieve; and much they got by it.
Surely she could never become gross and overblown, the damask fading to an underwater bleach, dugs swollen to down pillows!
Some hair sticks also to the dugs of the animal, and it is found necessary to clean and soften them before the milking is begun.