rugging

[ ruhg-ing ]
/ ˈrʌg ɪŋ /

noun

a bulky, coarse fabric with a full nap, used as a floor covering.

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Origin of rugging

First recorded in 1855–60; rug + -ing1
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Example sentences from the Web for rugging

  • She rose and pushed her rugging frame into a corner of the kitchen.

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  • Her friends and she were much together, quilting, rugging, comparing notes on the garden.

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