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Jugged
Jug Jug, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Jugged; p. pr. & vb. n. Jugging.] 1. To seethe or stew, as in a jug or jar placed in boiling water; as, to jug a hare. 2. To commit to jail; to imprison. [Slang]

Meaning of Jugged from wikipedia

- wine. Jugged Hare is described in the influential 18th-century cookbook, The Art of Cookery by Hannah Gl****e, with a recipe titled, "A Jugged Hare,"...
- A jug is a type of container commonly used to hold liquids. It has an opening, sometimes narrow, from which to pour or drink, and has a handle, and often...
- Jugger is a sport inspired by the 1989 film The Salute of the Jugger (released as The Blood of Heroes in the United States), in which a game of the same...
- Jugal Hansraj (born 26 July 1972) is an Indian actor, model, producer, writer, author and a national award-winning director, based in New York. Hansraj...
- wine. Jugged hare is described in the influential 18th-century cookbook, The Art of Cookery by Hannah Gl****e, with a recipe titled, "A Jugged Hare",...
- A Toby Jug – also sometimes known as a Fillpot (or Philpot) – is a pottery jug in the form of a seated person, or the head of a recognizable person. Typically...
- good addition to a good chain of pubs". The Jugged Hare website "Subscribe to read". Financial Times. "Jugged Hare | Bars and pubs in Barbican, London"...
- A jug band is a band employing a jug player and a mix of conventional and homemade instruments. These homemade instruments are ordinary objects adapted...
- Jugial is a census town in Pathankot district in the Indian state of Punjab India As of 2001[update] India census, Jugial had a po****tion of 16,664....
- A puzzle jug is a puzzle in the form of a jug, po****r in the 18th and 19th centuries. Puzzle jugs of varying quality were po****r in homes and taverns...
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