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lug

(ləg)
n. a stupid male. (Possibly akin to the sense of “pull” = one who pulls or drags something as a laborer.) Is this lug bothering you, lady?
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Then back she came, lugging in her arms the Patchwork Girl, which she set upon the bench and propped up so that the figure would not tumble over.
Hence full-time mom Cathy Boyack, already at the mall, lugging an armful of bags from Gap.
Business people tired of lugging heavy laptops on trips just to dial in for e-mail now have a solution as portable as a pocket-sized wireless phone.
You're always on your feet - unless you're one of those people who lug their chairs around with them, in which case you're lugging a chair around with you.
Yet, somehow history always seems to repeat itself and you find yourself, once again, lugging those unwanted pounds of excess baggage.
She worries about some of the smaller, younger students lugging backpacks so large that they seem to dwarf their owners.