lugger lugger


  • (n) small fishing boat rigged with one or more lugsails


  1. A motorcycle and a friend's lugger land John Creed safely among the dunes of France.
  2. On a lucrative visit to a far-away trader, he runs into two dubious Australians, gets a lift on their lugger to another island.
  3. Off San Pedro, Los Angeles seaport, a cinema was being filmed aboard a lugger.


  • Got Junk?

    In the past few weeks you may have noticed trucks on the road advertising a unique - and necessary - service. In late May, The Junkluggers, a New York City-based company, expanded into Nassau County, with the franchise owner's truck parked right in his driveway in Glen Cove. At this point, those trucks are, in the fact, the company's primary form of advertising, and it works.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Glen Cove Record-Pilot

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