[ UK /d‍ʒˈʌɡ/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒəɡ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the quantity contained in a jug
  2. a large bottle with a narrow mouth
VERB
  1. stew in an earthenware jug
    jug the rabbit
  2. lock up or confine, in or as in a jail
    the murderer was incarcerated for the rest of his life
    The suspects were imprisoned without trial
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How To Use jug In A Sentence

  • Her life is a constant juggling act, coping with career, family, and home life single-handed.
  • Jug-eared and barrel-chested, he still looks the part of the fighter.
  • Your life is a constant juggling act between work and family. Christianity Today
  • Even from where I was standing I could see the jugular in her neck protruding, like a snake rising from somewhere inside her chest.
  • Washington jugeait "intenable" le blocus de l'enclave palestinienne qu'Israël a défendu cette semaine en tuant WN.com - Articles related to Pourquoi Obama et Sarkozy doivent s'investir au Proche-Orient
  • Then, all of a sudden rising from her chair, she went over to the jug of roses, which she had placed on the writing-table, bent over the flowers with a kind of perceptible hesitation. and as suddenly came back to her seat. Maurice Guest
  • But it is vital to keep moving as new dads need to be in the best of health to juggle their job with night feeds and changing. The Sun
  • I was trying to juggle the two. The Guide to Lesbian and Gay Parenting
  • They call this chin music, the symphony of the jugular. The Sun
  • Eventually, of course, the cheetah wins, sinking its teeth into the jugular of the prey and ending its life.
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