He even washed the potaters for her, made the fires, an' lugged water.
The side door was unlocked, so I lugged that box into the settin' room and left it there.
He took the huddled inmate by the collar of his doublet, and lugged him out into the open.
He did though, and lugged me along for a chaperone, which is some out of my line.
He had lugged it over the trail at the cost of infinite toil and weariness.
But quick as thought Eubank lugged a pistol from his holster and levelled it.
Please, sir,” said the loyal Dicky, “I lugged him on a good part of the way.
"Indeed they do after you have lugged them about all day," said Minnie.
By the by, Arthur, who was that low-bred fellow that you lugged in to our dinner-table today?
I lugged her to the warm room in the light-house where I sat and lived.