Definition of Chugs
1. Noun. (plural of chug) ¹
2. Verb. (third-person singular of chug) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Chugs
1. chug [v] - See also: chug
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chugs
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Literary usage of Chugs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Tibetan-English dictionary, with Sanskrit synonyms by Sarat Chandra Das (1902)
"... large pinnacles appearing in the sky. sbst. love, lust, passion for, affection, attachment: *ФГ »kyes-no he fell in love (Ds/.) ; chugs-pa ..."
2. The Cruise of the Marchesa to Kamschatka & New Guinea: With Notices of by Francis Henry Hill Guillemard (1889)
"chugs grew so rapidly that he was soon nearly as big as Dick, but he still continued to use him as a sleeping mat, and towards the end of the voyage poor ..."
3. The Catskills Alive! by Francine Silverman (2003)
"... sundaes and exotic shakes featuring nonalcoholic Caribbean flavors. In August 2002, Thomas the Train made his debut; the toy train chugs, chugs around ..."
4. Information and Directions for Travellers on the Continent by Mariana Starke (1826)
"... chugs el one franc and fifty centimes. amman. ... exceeding the number of six, there is up extra chugs ci one franc and fitly ..."
5. My Life and Work by Henry Ford, Samuel Crowther (1922)
"... rigged up shafts on the chassis and now, while the motor chugs away at the pumping of water, the chassis drawn by a burro acts as a buggy. ..."
6. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1868)
"... apparently without any authority for the chugs. As the note there states, the word Lugar was substituted for it ..."
7. Egypt by Eva Ambros (2001)
"Below the old dam is the landing stage for the boat which chugs past the bizarre granite formations to the entrance at the south of the island. ..."