- a powerful, heavy animal.
- a strong, thickset man.
OTHER WORDS FROM nuggetnug·get·y, adjective
How to use nugget in a sentence
But whether these gussied-up chicken nuggets helps boost sales, foot traffic or market share is almost beside the point.Domino’s Fried-Chicken Pizza Means We’ve Hit Peak Food Trolling|Daniel Gross|April 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
These two speeches swiping at Cheney are unlikely to be the only colorful nuggets unearthed.
Jason Collins and the Brooklyn Nets play in Portland on Wednesday and then fly to Denver to face the Nuggets on Thursday night.Lobbyist Has An Indecent Proposal for Gays in the NFL|Ben Jacobs|February 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I snuck into the room without anybody seeing me, and I ate the chicken nuggets.Can Vegetarians Eat In-Vitro Meat? The Debate Rages.|Nico Hines|August 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
We talked to entomologist Louis Sorkin about the best ways to prepare the little protein nuggets.
Roly was delighted to see two little yellow nuggets appear, besides many small flakes and grains.
Among the little gold nuggets were discovered two larger ones of pure native copper.
I wish we had sent those nuggets off with the others this morning.The Three Partners|Bret Harte
In some places the lead is found in small nuggets entirely pure.Guatemala, the country of the future|Charles M. Pepper
The miners used to throw a shower of money or nuggets at the feet of such little favorites as we throw flowers now.Stories of California|Ella M. Sexton