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  • n. Plural form of tug.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • A traffic jam of honking "tuggers" pulls racks full of parts to the assembly line, where every 63 seconds a shiny new pickup rolls off.

    Comin' Through!

  • If I were about to jump a cliff, the last words I would utter on the way down would either be ‘pud tuggers’ or ‘teh family.’

    Think Progress » Obama ‘wins showdown’ with Republicans as the Senate confirms 27 of his high-level nominees.

  • You libs frustrate me so much there are so many times when I just want to stand up and scream pud tuggers but I keep running away from my feelings.

    Think Progress » Obama ‘wins showdown’ with Republicans as the Senate confirms 27 of his high-level nominees.

  • The lord-haters were full of righteous indignation about the pampered rich rioting and gaming while honest folk went hungry, so to Hell with Cumming and the Prince of Wales and the lot of 'em; on the other side were the forelock-tuggers who thought it "a bleedin 'disgrice that a proper gent wot' ad fought for Queen an 'country" should be defamed by the likes o 'them nobodies.


  • According to statistics provided by NORM (the National Organization of Restoring Men), there are approximately 18,000 known tuggers, as well as countless more unreported members (ahem), mostly in the United States.

    Life As We Know It

  • One discovery that has definitely managed to quiet the sarcastic witch living inside me is the impressive electronic support system available to tuggers.

    Life As We Know It

  • Like my husband, some tuggers are using the elastic strap method to stretch the skin around their penises, while others are reportedly donning outrageous Monty Python-esque contraptions—from old fishing weights that accidentally fall down and out of a pant leg during board meetings to detached mouthpieces lifted from old trumpets, trombones, and tubas.

    Life As We Know It

  • Curiosity, the driving force in his life, drew him toward that room as the 'lectrical iron-tuggers on the Kicksey-winsey tugged iron.

    The Hand of Chaos

  • There's the top level, directly under the dome, which is mainly parking area for scooters and tuggers of various kinds, plus the office shacks of the Assayer's

    The Risk Profession

  • Elsa had been taken in by one of the moustache-tuggers.

    The Man Upstairs and Other Stories


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