lug

Part of speech: verb

To pull or move heavily; drag.

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Usage examples "lug":

  1. Nor I didn't lug around the idea I was the missin' hero who was to romp through the barbed wire, stamp Hindenburg's whiskers in the mud, and lead the Allies across the Rhine. - "The House of Torchy", Sewell Ford.
  2. I hope we don't have to lug him along with us. - "Boy Scouts in a Submarine", G. Harvey Ralphson.
  3. Well, says I, you've been askin' a lot about him lately; so I thought I'd lug him around. - "Torchy", Sewell Ford.