fug fug


  • (n) (British informal) an airless smoky smelly atmosphere


  1. It's easy to forget that as recently as 1948, Norman Mailer was still using the word fug in his novels.
  2. Cope has been confounding doubters ever since the Teardrop Explodes imploded in a fug of LSD and recrimination in 1983.


  1. Fug or Fab: Amy Adams

    For me this might be fug AND fab, actually. I like the dress conceptually… … but HATE how the bodice makes it look like she’s one Showcase Showdown away from that sucker rolling down to her waist.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Go Fug Yourself

  2. Sponsored Post: The Best of the Wackiest “Pretty Little Liars” Looks

    As Fug Nation knows, we are avid Pretty Little Liars watchers, in part because we love a good, soapy twist and turn — but also because that show can bring wardrobe drama like no other.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Go Fug Yourself


  1. Street added: "I think the guy has got a lot of talent but for me it was hidden under this fug of addiction and I was desperately trying to get through to that young man that's still there underneath it all who'sa very sharp, well-read, artistic...
    on Aug 8, 2007 By: Stephen Street Source: NME.com

  2. "This England team is not bereft of talent, but there is a fug of complacency that needs to be stamped out," Atherton wrote in the Sunday Telegraph. "All the talk at the end of the series from the captain and players was that this is a young...
    on Jan 7, 2007 By: Michael Atherton Source: The Age

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