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- n. as much as a mug will contain
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the quantity that can be held in a mug.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quantity that can be held in a mug
Tip: Make the sugar syrup by putting equal quantities of sugar and water in a saucepan (say half a mugful ofeach) and leaving it over a very low heat until all the grains of sugar have dissolved.
When it was ready, she poured a mugful, took a deep breath, and brought it out to Nick.
Hush Supper Club founder Geeta serves a mugful of aromatherapy that happens to taste divine.
At home, I usually put my leaves into the infuser of the iced tea machine and when I want hot tea, I just zap a mugful.
I got dressed, staggered out to the kitchen, poured myself a mugful of black coffee, and took it into the living room.
“It is,” said J.W. He poured himself a mugful of coffee.
“Just coffee,” Ian said, and helped himself to a mugful.
She poured a mugful from a stainless steel server.
She has a big mugful, into which she mixes a packet of hot chocolate mix.
With a mugful of water at a time we rinsed from our heads and upper bodies some of the accumulated sand and dust of the six-and-a-half days of travail.
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