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growler

1. slang A container, often a jug, used for transporting draft beer, particularly from a craft brewery. Our friends are coming over tomorrow night, so I'm going to stop and pick up a few growlers on my way home from work.
2. slang A toilet. Can we stop soon? I could really use a growler.

growler

n. a toilet. Where’s the growler around here?
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But no sooner than we've got used to cans being cool, we now have to get our heads around the growler. Yes, the growler.
On one of the side walls, the growlers and bottles of beer will be on display.
Young members will also be invited to a special Kids Day at the Park to take part in hitting, fielding, and throwing drills on the field with Growlers players and coaches.
Procurement of the E/A-18 Growler--the electronic warfare variant of the F/A-18--ends in fiscal year 2014, and Boeing could make its final deliveries of Super Hornets and Growlers as early as 2016.
The working area was about 60 miles northwest of the airfield, and the two Growlers were going to travel to the far west portion.
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In Portland, Oregon, growlers are literally flying out of town.