verb (used with object), lugged, lug·ging.
verb (used without object), lugged, lug·ging.
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Origin of lug1
OTHER WORDS FROM lugun·lugged, adjective
Definition for lug (2 of 5)
- an awkward, clumsy fellow.
- a blockhead.
- a man; guy.
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Example sentences from the Web for lug
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
Stung by the poor reviews of his thriller Liberty Two, Lipsyte was lugging a bigger canister of dynamite.
In one hand she carried a sheaf of Clinton literature; in the other she was lugging a stack of large yard signs.
Think of it—me sitting in the hotel in Antwerp and him lugging in oranges by the bagful because he was fond of fruit!The Black Bag|Louis Joseph Vance
That involves four or five men, lifting a kind of ramrod with a square hammer-end, from the rack, and lugging it to the cooler.Steel|Charles Rumford Walker
After the words of lugging out and breaking it, knives were drawn accordingly.Citation and Examination of William Shakspeare|Walter Savage Landor
Now he thinks hes got them, and is lugging off a lot of truck not worth a cent!The River Motor Boat Boys on the Mississippi|Harry Gordon
Belle-Ann and Lem then made the rounds of the place, followed by little Buddy, lugging his father's rifle.The Red Debt|Everett MacDonald