n. (context Geordie English) (plural of lug nodot=1 English), ear lobes. vb. (en-third-person singular of: lug)
Usage examples of "lugs".
For attachment they might have tubes of baluster form or lugs at the sides (68).
The switch itself was of the common type with the spring-loaded rocker arm where, when the switch handle was pushed over to the right the two copper lugs jumped over from the two dead terminals on the right to the live terminals on the left.
As quickly as my blurred vision and shaky right hand would permit I unscrewed the central rocker arm, lifted out the switch, pretended to straighten out the copper lugs and then screwed the switch back in place.
But before I'd replaced it I'd turned it through 180°, so that the brass lugs were in a reversed position.
Occasionally the lugs would bite into the mud of a shoal bottom, and, crawling over a bar, return temporarily to the status of a land vehicle.