View definitions for chugged
Meanwhile, it turns out that the economy chugged ahead in the summer.
As they chugged toward the aid station, they passed by the bodies of the two dead insurgents Larson had killed.
He looked around at the packed, distressed cement floors and frontier-style wooden booths as we chugged our last drink.
A helicopter chugged above and there was the wail of a siren.
Just as he spoke, two things happened: a taxi chugged up to the gate and stopped, and the man's face disappeared from the window.
Down the road from the corral, Kurt chugged homeward in his crude little car.
When they finally got it started we would all cheer add clap our hands as the truck slowly chugged its way out of camp.
Weapons cracked from the boarded-up windows, and leaden missiles chugged into the stout oak planks.
The motor chugged slowly up Broadway, nosing for a path about a slowly driven truck; the flapper looked back.
On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to chugged, such as: down, chug-a-lug, and drink in one draft.
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