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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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In the moving nothing suited her better than to trot up and down, lugging heavy things, to pound her fingers black and blue nailing carpets and curtains, and the day she nearly broke her neck tumbling down the cellar stairs, in her eagerness to see that Mrs.
Five such installments came, with their absurd air of disorderly flight with the loot of innumerable out- fit shops and provision stores, that, one would think, they were lugging, after a raid, into the wilderness for equit- able division.
You be hanged," said Flashman, lugging the wretched boy along; "'twon't hurt you,--you
A little girl with her ragged skirt full of slimy seaweed began to sob despairingly, lugging her soaked burden close to the man who carried the light.
I stood stock-still all this while, till they came back, dragging the poor fellow they had taken, and lugging the things they had found, extremely well satisfied that they had recovered the booty and taken the thief; and thus they passed by me, for I looked only like one who stood up while the crowd was gone.
Come along, then,' said he of the green coat, lugging Mr.
Hence full-time mom Cathy Boyack, already at the mall, lugging an armful of bags from Gap.
but lugging them back and forth with a new pack from Hempy's will be easy on your back --and your conscience.