But the slug instead of dropping the bear served only to enrage him.
One barrel was loaded with a heavy charge of buckshot, and the other with a slug.
Limaciform: having the form of a Limax or slug; said of larvae.
He'd have to hunt him up, the next day or so, and slug it out with him.
I don't believe that was an Armstrong slug, though: it acted too sort of lazy.
He compromised for a minute: "Give me a slug of Teacher's on the rocks, then."
I'll tell you, Slug, we ought to do something to get square with those chaps.
Each time it clung fast, like a snail or slug to the surface on which it crawls.
A "slug for the drink" is a man who soaks and never succumbs.
She instinctively knew it was a forty-five slug that tore through the window.