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  • n. Plural form of dug.


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  • You can't suck manhood from the dugs of a creature whose only claim to womanhood is her petticoats.


  • The creature's chest looks like a junior-petite human female's breast on the male, and like the fully engorged dugs on a nursing bitch or the udders of a cow for the female harpy.

    Around a Sun Named Inferno

  • In which respect, as in so many others, Gillray still reigns supreme, this artist who could mock the Queen as a syphilitic crone with wizened dugs bared, talons clawing at the prime minister's crotch, and still find eager patrons at the palace.

    Rude Britannia: British Comic Art

  • One of the first things you come to is a small theater where the doors aer emblazoned with a sedate warning that the following media presentation contains Mature Themes ... oh, you mean, like sex, dugs, and rock and roll?

    June 29th, 2008

  • The double swing doors let in a rush of damp cold air and two roly-poly middle-aged men so alike, they looked like a pair of wally dugs off the mantelpiece.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • Not pretty faces and breasts like Millie's; their visages were witchlike and their dugs grotesque.

    Falcon Street

  • Teenage smoking is not only linked to alcohol or dugs but also may be a cause of mental illness like depression and anxiety.

    Teen Alcoholism and Drug Use Linked to Smoking

  • A heavy woman in a sundress that barely covered her huge dugs came out the back door, looked at the cruiser, and went back inside.

    Rain Gods

  • You speak of Cuba as having to suckle the dugs of the world in order to stay alive and I agree.

    Norman Mailer: Letters to Jack Abbott

  • First to atone for the murder still unexpiated, she held above their heads the young of a sow whose dugs yet swelled from the fruit of the womb, and, severing its neck, sprinkled their hands with the blood; and again she made propitiation with other drink offerings, calling on Zeus the

    The Argonautica


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  • See dug. Also see udder.

    February 2, 2011