jugged jugged


  1. (n) a large bottle with a narrow mouth
  2. (n) the quantity contained in a jug
  3. (v) lock up or confine, in or as in a jail
  4. (v) stew in an earthenware jug


  1. In Chicago, police jugged Herman Nolte on his wedding night after he celebrated by firing his shotgun from his front porch, stealing the squad car when cops turned up to investigate.
  2. When Verlaine, jugged for drunkenness, lay in prison in Paris in 1870, she brought him a meat pie.
  3. Under an Army directive forbidding falsification of news about the occupation, he jugged 108 Reds, including many of Osaka's Communist officials.


  • Purified water now outselling pop

    Bottled or jugged, water has become the choice drink for Americans in the past decade.
    on July 24, 2013     Source: Tri-County Times

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