[ US /ˈkɛɡ/ ]
[ UK /kˈɛɡ/ ]
[ UK /kˈɛɡ/ ]
- small cask or barrel
- the quantity contained in a keg
How To Use keg In A Sentence
- Scarcely had I managed, helped by the second mate, Aaron Northrup, to lower away half-a-dozen barrels and kegs, when all cried from the boat that they were casting off. Chapter 19
- Imagine, if you will, the Bubba Keg (a gift from Aunt M-mv) filled to capacity (52 ounces) with Trader Joe's French roast, brewed dark and strong, the way a certain autodidact favors it. Archive 2004-12-01
- At least 50,000 snakes overwinter in these dens every year, dispersing into the surrounding muskeg swampland during summer.
- And if from this conjunction a baby was born, the infernal rite was resumed, all around a little jar of wine, which they called the keg, and they became drunk and would cut the baby to pieces, and pour its blood into the goblet, and they threw babies on the fire, still alive, and they mixed the baby's ashes and his blood, and drank! The Name of the Rose
- Rip looked for the strange men, the keg, and the jug.
- Oh, and there will be beer, too - a kegger, actually - if the promise of skimpy costumes is not enough of a draw.
- ‘Born-on’ dates on kegs will be logged when beer is delivered and again when tapped.
- During the orientation picnic, kegs of beer flowed, faculty and students drank together, and I wondered what kind of hellhole I had stumbled into.
- Suffice it to say that after more than an hour of pumping the poor guy like a mostly-empty keg, by the time dessert was served, I had names.
- The boots are light (50 ounces), completely waterproof (our feet stayed dry even after soaking in muskeg for 12 hours at a time), and ... ONTARIO KNIFE RAT-7