Sunday, 28 May 2017



1. a vessel for holding or pouring liquids, usually having a handle and a spout or lip
2. (Australian and New Zealand) . such a vessel used as a kettle
3. (US) . a large vessel with a narrow mouth
4. the amount of liquid held by a jug (also: jugful)
5. (British) (informal) . a glass of alcoholic drink, in particular beer
6. (slang) jail
7. to stew or boil (meat, especially hare) in an earthenware container
8. (trans.) (slang) . to put in jail

Using no milk for my tea
The jug remains on the shelf

Holding books in place

1 comment:

Rachel Green said...

delightful. I have teapots serving the same purpose