jug[ juhg ]SEE DEFINITION OF jug
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR JUG
A friend and a tent, a jug of whisky and a lot of jolly good tobacco.
Then pour off the thin liquid from the top, and cork the jug tightly.
Then he seized him by the hair and thrust him into the jug of water.
Plunge it into a jug of cold water, and let it stand for thirty minutes.
Strain the liquor through a tammis into a jug, with the peel of a lemon cut very thin, and two table-spoonfuls of clarified sugar.
So I waited for Baxter to git well, meanin' to make him pay or go to the jug.
So I carried it way down to the pond and threw it in, jug and all.
The jug was under the seat of his wagon and its contents had already been sampled by him and by Simp.
He was carrying, insecurely, a jug of poppy-head and camomile, which had been prescribed as a lotion.
I had no way of telling; but it was not light, by a jug full.