mug

Term used from the mid- 17thC for a drinking cup with a single handle and rim without a lip. Mugs are generally smaller than tankards and usually lidless. They are found in silver, pewter, glass or ceramics and were used for beer, wine or ale; small silver mugs were made for children.

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mug

[n] - the quantity that can be held in a mug 2. [n] - with handle and usually cylindrical 3. [v] - rob at gunpoint or with the threat of violence
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MUG

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Mug

Mug noun [ Confer Ir. mugam a mug, mucog a cup.] 1. A kind of earthen or metal drinking cup, with a handle, -- usually cylindrical and without a lip. 2. The face or mouth. [ Slang] Thackeray.
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mug

noun with handle and usually cylindrical
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Mug

• (n.) The face or mouth. • (n.) A kind of earthen or metal drinking cup, with a handle, -- usually cylindrical and without a lip.
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Mug

(from the article `Central Asian arts`) Some 200 miles (300 kilometres) east of Samarkand, in a once fertile, now desert tract of land, the ruins of the great feudal castle of Mug survive. ...
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Mug

Either a fool or your face.
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Mug

Mug is slang for a fool, often gullible, especially someone who is easily swindled.
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Mug

A mug is a sturdily built type of cup often used for drinking hot beverages, such as coffee, tea, hot chocolate or soup. Mugs have handles and hold a larger amount of fluid than other types of cup. Usually a mug holds approximately 12 fluid ounces (350 mL) of liquid; double a tea cup. A mug is a less formal style of drink container and is not usua...
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Mug

If someone is a bit of a mug, it means they are gullible. Most used car salesmen rely on a mug to show up so they can sell something!
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mug

English name for a cup made of different materials (glass, clay, metal) with mostly a handle. He is usually used for drinking hot drinks, such as coffee, hot chocolate and tea or alcoholic beverages grog. mulled wine. J├Ągertee and Punch used. See also below wine vessels,
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