Antonyms for lugging

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Lugging a fellow up for a pitiful, paltry sum of twenty pounds!

I should have said you were, lugging that thing about with you.

She would need to be a lusty Amazon, Prather, if she took the contract of lugging me about.

It's the lugging the poor girl into his ma's sphere of influence.

It was compensation enough, perhaps, for lugging this damned Jeffrey.

Just think what the boys will say when they see us lugging these horns into camp!

But while he is lugging water he wants to do it well and whistle at it!

He makes an occasion for lugging it in from the opposition to the Dred-Scott Decision.

She packed her things and went to the train, lugging her own baggage.

Lincoln had gripped Graham by the arm, was lugging him along the gallery.