Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of fireplug.

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Examples

  • When I first came to New York City, what I was thrilled about was not the Empire State Building, or the Statue of Liberty, it was the fireplugs in the street.

    “America Was Like This Fabled Foreign Land”

  • When I first came to New York City, what I was thrilled about was not the Empire State Building, or the Statue of Liberty, it was the fireplugs in the street.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Why is it places like Paris and New York have all the great nightlife spots, museums, and fancy bridges or buildings, and the only charm Wheaton has to offer is fireplugs painted like cartoon characters?

    What Would Emma Do?

  • Why is it places like Paris and New York have all the great nightlife spots, museums, and fancy bridges or buildings, and the only charm Wheaton has to offer is fireplugs painted like cartoon characters?

    What Would Emma Do?

  • Why is it places like Paris and New York have all the great nightlife spots, museums, and fancy bridges or buildings, and the only charm Wheaton has to offer is fireplugs painted like cartoon characters?

    What Would Emma Do?

  • Yes, we, too, busted open fireplugs every now and then and, yes, even out in Texas we learned to put a can over them to make sprinklers out of them.

    Too Darn Hot

  • But most of the time you can find these fireplugs parked in front of the tube contemplating the ballgame scores.

    HerScopes

  • But most of the time you can find these fireplugs parked in front of the tube contemplating the ballgame scores.

    HerScopes

  • But most of the time you can find these fireplugs parked in front of the tube contemplating the ballgame scores.

    HerScopes

  • Mary Lou was on her hands and knees picking up little plastic cars and men that looked like fireplugs.

    Three to Get Deadly

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