Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- v. UK, dialect, obsolete To writhe the body so as to produce friction against one's clothes, as do those who have the itch.
- v. UK, dialect, obsolete To crawl; to sneak.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. Prov. Eng. To writhe the body so as to produce friction against one's clothes, as do those who have the itch.
- v. obsolete Hence, to crawl; to sneak.
- Compare shrug. (Wiktionary)
“An even more disturbing spectre called the shug monkey, which is described by witnesses as an unholy combination of mastiff and great ape is also seen on occasion, and in recent years the forest has also been the haunt of mysterious black 'panthers'.”
“However most of us are still referring to the new cylon centurions, the robots (they got a redesign too) and they are pretty badass, they shug off most weapons fire and use psychological warfare on enemies (theres the good ole STOMP STOMP STOMP intimidation, and theyre referred to as butchering and mutilating corpses to scare their foes).”
“She agreed that Shug is a very nice book and she even imagined and shared with me how the continuation of the story might go (it's only her imagination though) when shug grew up and she turned into a very beautiful person (innerself and pysically) and also became very close with Jack.”
“Then the production line, which had been moved from Delaware to Philly as part of the pork-barrel deal, was still up when the Cone of Annihilation came to stay, and so ... a shug, and he'd said, Anyway, that was the story in the papers.”
“Tea, shug," replied the boy, with an expectant grin.”
“The Indians were evidently so pleased at having drawn a retort from their prisoner that he declined to gratify them further, or to speak another word, though for some time Arsenic continued to beguile him with his tiresome "Tea, shug," etc.”
“Tea, shug, more," answered the young savage, promptly, while his relatives regarded him admiringly as one who had mastered the art of conversing with foreigners.”
“Ordinal numbers, (Niquí _is joined to the number: _ e.g., _first is_ shug niquí: _second_, ishcáy niquí).”
“WoE gifts for the ladies includes the steel Graecyn jeans, faded Christa shug, and Lean cami tanks in absinthe green and baby pink!”
“The situation makes NASA engineer Larry Schultz shug in resignation.”
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