puggy


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puggy

or

puggie

adj, -gier or -giest
NZ sticky, claylike
[probably from pug2]
References in classic literature ?
"Business, Puggy!" he called out sharply, and Puggy instantly shut up his mouth, and said no more.
"Besides, I don't fancy poor old Puggy would commit suicide, somehow."
"Puggy was a humorist," he observed, "at least in his own rather grim style.
"Seems to be meant for old Puggy"' observed Sir Howard.
I suspect this rascal has often drawn poor old Puggy's face on blotting paper.
It's an old story of hand to mouth football finance from a player called Joe Robertson who can't recall how much of a jackpot he took from the puggy but insists he was worth every penny.
Arriving at our hotel thoroughly soaked, we ate some haggis for dinner, listened to three teenage Glaswegian bar staff debate the best strategy for jackpotting the pub's puggy, and then struggled to fall asleep because of the loud din of a ceilidh directly below our room.
Meet Puggy, a little Chihuahua mix with the biggest ears.
QAI'd been gambling since I was eight on puggy machines and arcade games.
Thieves smashed patio doors at Renfrew Golf Club before ransacking the puggy.
Each moral-heavy interlude is accompanied by a pop rock soundtrack courtesy of Belgian band Puggy.
Otro dato que soporta la investigacion de Adler es el siguiente: sobre Scarface "Un dia, un hombre que se hacia llamar George White se presento en el plato (...) Resulto que ese George White era realmente Whitney Krokower, alias Puggy White, un miembro de la banda de Capone.