- n a large bottle with a narrow mouth
- n the quantity contained in a jug
- v lock up or confine, in or as in a jail
- v stew in an earthenware jug
jug the rabbit
- That's Gallo, as in EJ Gallo Winery, America's biggest wine producer and a company many people still associate with California jug wines like Carlo Rossi.
- But in fact, demand for raw milk seems to be rising faster than cream in an unhomogenized gallon jug.
- With his ready grin, jug ears and baritone belly laugh, Smith's image is that of the happy-go-lucky Everyguy.
- Padraig Harrington in Washington Post
I enjoyed the claret jug so much I didn't want to give it back,Harrington said.
- Ralph Ellison in Washington Post
Prodded by Kolatch, Ellison answered with "The World and the Jug," in which he accused the white Howe of regarding blacks as one-dimensional beings useful only for social protest.
- Heather Mills in DailyIndia.com
Describing the moment when she marched up to the shocked Shackleton and drenched her, Mills said: "I said 'I'm not a loser' and then I poured the whole jug of water on her head. I was very calm," she said.