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  • n. Plural form of jugular.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • I actually hit him in the neck and severed both jugulars along with his trachea and stuck into his opposite shoulder bone.

    Well, I finally got my first bow deer. And man he was a whopper!

  • And he slices jugulars because of the awful haircuts he gives.

    Terry, the Diamond-Eyed Barber

  • Hand gestures — eye-scratchings, fingers slicing across jugulars — flitted threateningly about the room.

    WTF! Godot, a Sex Addict?

  • It's begun slicing and dicing our financial jugulars, eviscerating the infrastructure of our economy herding us all into capitalism's credit CAFO and thrusting our most vulnerable into its abattoir without pity to make millions and billions denying food, shelter and healthcare, calling their collateral damage victims of personal irresponsibility.

    In the Mix, a Recipe for De-MOCK-cracy

  • But I don't want to hear about yids and ice picks and jugulars.


  • Now that everyone is done stabbing invisible enemies with ice picks and ripping out their jugulars can we chill out?


  • The first slash went from ear to ear, just deep enough to sever the jugulars.


  • Meanwhile, Kris and Sophie were at one another's jugulars like a pair of rabid dogs, Charlie and Rodrigo finally admitted what we all knew: they lurve each other, and Bea proved that she really did deserve our, admittedly hysterical, disapproval by stating that the negative reaction to her had taught her one thing: stay off television.

    Big Brother Blog - Times Online - WBLG

  • We should be at the filthy rich vein of their greedy jugulars, yet, we sit in embarassed silence.

    Where are you going to my pretty Socialist ?

  • They hung draped over lathe, drill press and milling machine, heads battered in or jugulars slashed.

    Archive 2009-08-01


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