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  • verb Present participle of chugalug.

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Examples

  • So, is it fate that has caused her to arrive at such a thoughtless position, or simply a nascent desire to rebuke her (apparently ardently nominal) Catholic heritage, combined with knee-jerk, unthinking chugalugging from a keg of Benedict bashing?

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • In the Preface to Edward Kennedy: An Intimate Biography I attempted to memorialize my initial impressions of a fellow student dismissed mostly around Harvard Square as a rock-jawed goof-off who was dependable mostly on the football field or chugalugging beers with his fellow lightweights at Pi Eta...

    Burton Hersh: Edward Kennedy: Surviving Death Threats, Ousting Nixon

  • When Grady returned, he shut the door and said, “What were you thinking, chugalugging hooch in front of Barry?”

    Specific Gravity

  • When Grady returned, he shut the door and said, “What were you thinking, chugalugging hooch in front of Barry?”

    Specific Gravity

  • The hit star told Jay Leno he was taking some time off to figure out his life one day after he was seen chugalugging booze on the red carpet and making a fool of himself at the MTV Video Music Awards.

    CNN Transcript Sep 15, 2009

  • When Grady returned, he shut the door and said, “What were you thinking, chugalugging hooch in front of Barry?”

    Specific Gravity

  • Today, Bryce writes, the average G.I. in Iraq consumes 20.5 gallons of fuel per day, so that in order to secure the third-richest oil country on the planet (9.5% of the world total), the Pentagon is chugalugging over 3 million gallons per day in Iraq, “and nearly every drop of that fuel is imported.”

    Conservative Magazine Blasts Bush Oil Policy in Iraq War

  • It was more than just aimless, macho-bullshit partying, or frat-house chugalugging.

    Rogue Warrior

  • She was so uninvolved in events around her that she spent the night of the 2004 election chugalugging instead of voting.

    ScrippsNews

  • In the Preface to Edward Kennedy: An Intimate Biography I attempted to memorialize my initial impressions of a fellow student "dismissed mostly around Harvard Square as a rock-jawed goof-off who was dependable mostly on the football field or chugalugging beers with his fellow lightweights at Pi Eta ...

    Burton Hersh: Edward Kennedy: Surviving Death Threats, Ousting Nixon

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