dug

Part of speech:

Imp. & pp. of DIG, v.

Part of speech: noun

A teat or udder.

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Usage examples "dug":

  1. He dug down into his pocket, produced a bill, and flung it across the table to Larry the Bat. - "The Adventures of Jimmie Dale", Frank L. Packard.
  2. The farmer dug a well in that meadow, and I believe he uses it still. - "The Gold Trail", Harold Bindloss.
  3. The water there being shallow, a ditch or canal dug in the bottom carried the outer end of the burrow down about three feet below the surface and a hundred feet or more out to deep water. - "The Chief Engineer", Henry Abbott.