- v. Simple past tense and past participle of chug.
“Following the convention's closing ceremonies, which amounted to Mr. Wurzelbacher and Mr. Izjit sharing a box of Moon Pies and a liter of Dr. Pepper while listening to cassette tapes of Lee Greenwood and Anita Bryant, the pair put the "Gone Fishin '" sign on the door and adjourned to a local tavern where they "chugged" shots of Rebel Yell and bottles of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer until insensate.”
“Ed chugged his scotch and reached for another bottle.”
“I chugged a glass of tap water and poured another.”
“It covered the Hampton Roads region, which is thick with inlets and rivers and floods easily, and chugged north toward Chesapeake Bay.”
“He was referring to Hurricane Isabel, which chugged through in 2003.”
“Joe Black responded as if he had just chugged an espresso.”
“Grundy came into view as Lucille chugged over the last rise in the highway.”
“In answer, I lifted the bottle to my lips and chugged a third of it down.”
“Not the crummy color, or the way it chugged along, and certainly not the way it ate gas.”
“Within minutes, it was 7-0, Boston, as Ortiz happily chugged home with another run.”
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