tug[ tuhg ]SEE DEFINITION OF tug
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TUG
She swayed forward bodily to his tug, and nearly went off the chair.
And many a tug did this lordly fear cost us both, God knows!
Duncan removed one hand from the pocket the better to tug at his moustache.
Purplish shadows had already begun to dim the tug and dock and ocean.
Do you mean you object to sailing this tug on account of some imaginary thing?
I must disable this machinery and give the tug a chance to escape.
A tug couldn't do nothin' with sails—she isn't made for sails!
That tug looks like a water bug 'itched to a 'ouse-boat—it's hunreasonable!
As they had suspected, there was no sign of the tug's crew aboard.
The tug's hull was practically filled with a maze of machinery.