Words and phrases that have a meaning related to chug:   (142 results)

Often used in the same context:
slurp, guzzle, belch, trundle, quaff, meander, mosey, sip, amble, swilling, trudge, plod, gulp, slosh, sputters, hum, hurtle, clop, wend, saunter, glug, boogies, suck, scoot, effervesce, toodle, slogs, careen, barreling, glide, clomp, churns, dawdle, plop, tootle, uncork, rev, merrily, gurgle, toddle, ramble, throb, spew, hop, pedaling, splutter, waft, munch, vroom, brewskis, clack, pour, stomp, muddle, steams, bumble, cokes, rumbles, stagger, stumble, bopping, whooshing, grinds, slurpee, cran, lope, crank, skanking, chomp, glugged, sludgy, plink, trots, chuff, burble, beery, rollick, luges, thrum, rotgut, crawl, inching, rollin, tinkles, waddle, sixpack, whizzing, shamble, lurching, totter, pummel, brew, clunks, sidle, truckin, puttered, slink, carousal, funking, zippy, idles, mellows, thud, swish, thump, creak, rasp, rattle, rumble, clank, drone, tinkle, whoosh, beat, click, whirr, crackle, growl, hiss, ar, i, ch, chuck, e, er, ff, flapped, funk, gh, gr, ii, j, nat, ng, oo, pic, r, ro, sh

More general:
go, noise, sound

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— Adjectives for chug: steady, long, slow, and, soft, deep, faint, plug, distant, rhythmic, more...

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