Origin of keg
Examples from the Web for keg
For the senior senator from Louisiana, the lasting image from her fourth Senate campaign will be a keg stand.
Not her own—but Landrieu did provide an assist to a man doing a keg stand at Louisiana State University.
He also crashes parties in Williamsburg and is skilled at tapping a keg.Bill Murray Crashes Karaoke and More Crazy Moments|The Daily Beast|January 7, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Chasing a group of teens off a keg in the woods is what usually passes for an exciting day for the Springfield police.
He stumbled along to a corner of the wareroom where he slumped on a keg of nails.Blue Ridge Country|Jean Thomas
You never heard of any one searching the cellar of that man's house for a keg of dynamite.Brave Men and Women|O.E. Fuller
I saw a keg floating in the wake of our ship just a little while ago.Frontier Boys in the South Seas|Wyn Roosevelt
Even the little Icelander; he loaded up his wagon with a keg of herrings—said they were best raw—and lumps of grindstone bread.The Mistress of Bonaventure|Harold Bindloss
"The Keg of Butter" combines two of the Grimm stories, 2, 189.More Celtic Fairy Tales|Various
British Dictionary definitions for keg
- an aluminium container in which beer is transported and stored
- Also called: keg beer beer kept in a keg: it is infused with gas and served under pressure
Word Origin for keg
Idioms and Phrases with keg
see sitting on a powder keg.