Definition of Slugs

1. n. pl. Half-roasted ore.



Definition of Slugs

1. Noun. (plural of slug) ¹

2. Verb. (third-person singular of slug) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Slugs

1. slug [v] - See also: slug

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Slugs

slugging
slugging average
slugging percentage
slugging percentages
sluggish
sluggish layer
sluggisher
sluggishest
sluggishly
sluggishness
sluggishnesses
sluggy
slughorn
slughorns
sluglike
slugs (current term)
slugworm
slugworms
sluice
sluice down
sluice valve
sluiced
sluicegate
sluicelike
sluices
sluiceway
sluiceways
sluicier
sluiciest
sluicing

Literary usage of Slugs

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1. The Suburban Horticulturist, Or, An Attempt to Teach the Science and by John Claudius Loudon (1842)
"To destroy slugs in gardens, less labour is required than in destroying snails ; because, their bodies being comparatively unprotected, they are liable to ..."

2. Elizabeth and Her German Garden by Elizabeth (1900)
"... and the birds were not the only creatures that sang, and the arbour, from having been a temple of Delphic utterances, sank into a home for slugs. ..."

3. Elizabeth and Her German Garden by Elizabeth (1900)
"... and the birds were not the only creatures that sang, and the arbour, from having been a temple of Delphic utterances, sank into a home for slugs. ..."

4. Elizabeth and Her German Garden by Elizabeth (1900)
"... and the birds were not the only creatures that sang, and the arbour, from having been a temple of Delphic utterances, sank into a home for slugs. ..."

5. The Horticulturist; Or, An Attempt to Teach the Science and Practice of the by John Claudius Loudon, Loudon (Jane) (1849)
"To destroy slugs in gardens, loss labour is required than in destroying ' snails; because, their bodies being comparatively unprotected, they are liable to ..."

6. International Catalogue of Scientific Literature by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1906)
"86 Notes on slugs and sluglike Contributions to a knowledge of the Mollusca of Bonico. J. Malac., London, 10, 1903. (79-82, pis. VII, VIII). [2227 eg 2231]. ..."

7. Good Words edited by Norman Macleod, Donald Macleod (1880)
"are the real authors of much mischief which is attributed to the little birds. slugs are essentially nocturnal beings. During the day they hide themselves ..."

8. British Farmer's Magazine (1853)
"Whether u would be equally successful in the garden, where slugs have such a ... The practice of feeding slugs, m order to save the young wheat from their ..."

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