verb (used with object), lugged, lug·ging.
verb (used without object), lugged, lug·ging.
Origin of lug1
Related formsun·lugged, adjective
Definition for lug (2 of 5)
- an awkward, clumsy fellow.
- a blockhead.
- a man; guy.
Origin of lug2
Definition for lug (3 of 5)
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Examples from the Web for lug
Darren was the kind of man who'd lug a sofa bed up three flights of stairs without a whisper of complaint.Let Us Now Praise Famous Rednecks and Their Unjustly Unsung Kin|Allison Glock|August 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I mean, what an incredibly annoying gift to have to lug home.
No bulky helmet to lug around or uncomfortable shell to ruin your hairstyle.Helmet Haute Couture: The Invisible Helmet Revolutionizing Bike Safety|Nina Strochlic|December 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The macho guys could lug up buckets of water, which are sorely needed to flush toilets.
The clip played with the belabored simplicity of a silent movie—one lug and two thugs, brandished gun and chain-snatch.
They had brought every kind of weapon that they could lug with them.Hunters Out of Space|Joseph Everidge Kelleam
Etain had forgotten her former existence, and Cúchulainn does not appear to know that he is a rebirth of Lug.The Religion of the Ancient Celts|J. A. MacCulloch
The parallel part at a is to receive the driving clamp, but sometimes a lug cast on at that end is used instead of a clamp.Modern Machine-Shop Practice, Volumes I and II|Joshua Rose
Young Whittington sprang upon the bow thwart, painter end in his right hand, and leaped for the lug.Jim Spurling, Fisherman|Albert Walter Tolman
You don't have to lug a bulky book around with you all the time.On Secret Service|William Nelson Taft