a small group of performers who play chiefly blues or folk music on makeshift or very simple instruments, as washboards, harmonicas, kazoos, and empty jugs, the latter being played by blowing across the openings.
a small group playing folk or jazz music, using empty jugs that are played by blowing across their openings to produce bass notes
musical ensemble in which the bass line is carried or augmented by a player blowing on the open lip of a jug (n.), 1886, American English.
[yoo-guh nt-shteel] /ˈyu gəntˌʃtil/ noun, (sometimes lowercase) 1. art nouveau as practiced in German-speaking countries. /ˈjuːɡəntʃtiːl/ noun 1. another name for Art Nouveau n. German equivalent of art nouveau, from “Jugend,” literally “youth,” name of a German magazine begun in 1896 + stil “style.”
[juhg-foo l] /ˈdʒʌg fʊl/ noun, plural jugfuls. 1. enough to fill a . Related Terms not by a long shot
[juhg] /dʒʌg/ noun 1. a large container usually made of earthenware, metal, or glass, commonly having a handle, a narrow neck, and sometimes a cap or cork. 2. the contents of such a container; jugful: a jug of wine. 3. Slang. jail; prison. 4. jugs, Slang: Vulgar. a woman’s breasts. verb (used with object), jugged, […]
noun 1. a stew made of wild rabbit, usually cooked in an earthenware jug or stone pot. noun 1. a stew of hare cooked in an earthenware pot or casserole