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 (chŭg′ə-lŭg′) Slang
v. chug·a·lugged, chug·a·lug·ging, chug·a·lugs
To chug (a beverage).
To chug a beverage.
In continuous gulps: drank the beer chugalug.

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What's cool today is binge drinking, where the idea is not who can chugalug the most, but "who can get drunk fastest."
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In Optimal setting for atmospheric conditions that can induce delirium in the male, a pretty boy only has eyes for himself in his hand mirror; in delusion, a young buck in a Huck Finn-ish straw hat stares right past the viewer toward an unknown horizon; and in affectation, a hunk poses, waiting to be noticed as he chugalugs from what looks like a cross between a bong, a still, and one of those novelty hats that holds your drink for you.