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OTHER WORDS FROM lugun·lugged, adjective
Other definitions for lug (2 of 5)
- an awkward, clumsy fellow.
- a blockhead.
- a man; guy.
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How to use lug in a sentence
Lugging her trophy, the bawling girl wobbled down the ramp into the arms of her beaming family and boyfriend.‘The Land of the Permanent Wave’ Is Bud Shrake’s Classic Take on ‘60s Texas|Edwin Shrake|February 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Her Spanish model beau River Viiperi, 22, stands off to the side, lugging two large purses and a pink quilted laptop bag.Paris Hilton's Trippy Los Angeles Release Party For Her Single With Lil Wayne|Jean Trinh|October 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He is followed by another clown lugging a huge trunk that he plops down in the center of the ring.
Stung by the poor reviews of his thriller Liberty Two, Lipsyte was lugging a bigger canister of dynamite.
Lehman said, as she watched local men and even groups of small children lugging the bed nets to shore.
The wolf-dog buried itself in the snow, Houston pulling it forth time after time, and lugging it at long intervals.The White Desert|Courtney Ryley Cooper
After a while he came along, lugging a big basket and wearing a smile that would have made us warm to him if we never had before.The Boy Scouts of Bob's Hill|Charles Pierce Burton
I told him I guessed you wan't so rich that you got round-shouldered lugging your money.The Rise of Roscoe Paine|Joseph C. Lincoln
She had probably walked from the station, lugging her own valise, to some ghastly theatrical boarding-house.The Cup of Fury|Rupert Hughes
They travelled light, each man lugging his provisions, rations of corn meal and a wallet containing dried venison.Rodney, the Ranger|John V. Lane