Teague replied: “I have to allow an operator or plugger a way to appeal when he believes our requirements are unreasonable.”
The plugger poured merrily through the blasted lock, into the room.
The Chestnut's a plugger an' ain't no good when it comes to gallopin'.
As the plugger produced more surface, it began to accelerate in its growth.
If the gold does not stick directly, put in more cylinders with the plugger, and recommence the condensation with the burnisher.
For all he knew, the plugger was used to repair faults in the crusts of planets.
The "plugger," however, is the top used to shoot with and as a rule is the boy's choicest one.
Belatedly, they noticed that the plugger had filled almost a quarter of the room and was showing no signs of stopping.
The idea that a rope could be fed into a cavity with a plugger faster and easier than a tape has long ago been disproved.
The quitter can't survive where the plugger has the ghost of a chance.
plugger plug·ger (plŭg'ər)
A dental instrument used for condensing material in a cavity. Also called packer.