Usage examples of "jugs".
After supper, the men all lit up pipes and passed around one of the jugs of corn whiskey.
It was tight in the top, too, so that her ample jugs were like tortured balloons that might squeak free and fly away.
He took handfuls of her jugs which she offered him with a graceful arching of her back, and he pondered the engineering miracle of those breasts.
He tested those jugs for solidity and texture, squeezing and releasing them, massaging them with his fingertips and palms.
He raised his head and nipped at her jugs, took part of one of them between his lips and nearly suffocated himself in flesh.
She was wearing a skimpy, sequined dancer's costume out of which her jugs might pop at any moment.
If her face had not been so unwholesomely erotic, and if her big jugs had not molded to the bulky habit she wore like a knit sweater, Lily would have made a fine nun.
Danny Dew followed Lily Kain, wondering how he could pretend to trip and grab hold of either her ass or her jugs to keep from falling.
Her jugs squashed against his chest as she leaned over and whispered in his ear.
The men were so fascinated with Lily's bare, wet jugs that they did not even see him until he thumped each one on the shoulder.
The innkeeper whisked his better jugs out of sight and shoved his money box into a hideyhole in the floor.
Duncan & Miller and Their Two-man Jug Band, he and Al Miller had been, playing their own arrangement for two jugs of Bach and Mozart and Stravinsky.
He and Al, mumbling pointlessly, had retired from the stage and their jugs, making way for the next act, a group of dogs dressed up in Elizabethan costumes portraying characters from Hamlet.
As you see on your programmes, first in order is a fine group, Duncan & Miller and Their Classical Jugs with a medley of Bach and Handel tunes that ought to set your feet tapping.
And - he would be seeing her again, presently he - and Ian, too - would be playing their jugs before her.