Definition of Smugs

1. smug [v] - See also: smug



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smugs

smuggeries
smuggery
smuggest
smugging
smugglable
smuggle
smuggled
smuggler
smugglers
smuggles
smuggling
smugglings
smugly
smugness
smugnesses
smugs (current term)
smuon
smuons
smur
smurf
smurfed
smurfier
smurfiest
smurfing
smurfs
smurfy
smurred
smurrier
smurriest
smurring

Literary usage of Smugs

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1. Library of Choice Literature and Encyclopaedia of Universal Authorship by Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Charles Gibbon (1893)
"No sooner doth a young man see his sweetheart coming, but he smugs up himself, pulls up his cloak, now fallen about his shoulders, ties his garters, points, ..."

2. Financial Advertising: For Commercial and Savings Banks, Trust, Title by Elias St. Elmo Lewis (1908)
"Small debts accumulate rapidly— THE UNION smugs BMK THE UNION SNUGS B«K THt ... smugs BMK j[|[ TNT ..."

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