A giant silk-screen of Sophia Loren hung in the background; the couple's pug nuzzled at the trio's feet.
pug raised his head cautiously, and peered out over the parapet.
Then I laughed; they won't mind my getting rid of freckles and a pug nose.
In the carriage next to Rachel there was a very stout, very richly coloured lady with a strong scent and a pug dog.
It came from the pug, which lay coiled up on the sofa, asleep.
Before she had taken off her bonnet and made friends with the pug, she had already broached the subject nearest the other's heart.
"So you see what went when I went," the pug said, after a noisy pause.
Cyclopidius (synonymous with Brachymeryx) is a kind of pug form of Oreodon.
He has a pug nose and wears giglamps, and I've a suspicion that he's a fearful dude.
I said I didn't want a black-and-tan, and I'd throw a pug out of the window!
1560s, general term of endearment (also puggy), probably related to puck (n.2); one of the earliest senses is "sprite, imp" (1610s). The sense of "miniature dog" is from 1749 (pug-dog); that of "monkey" is 1660s. The word at various times meant "a bargeman" (1590s), "a harlot" (c.1600), and "an upper servant in a great house" (1847).
A prizefighter or boxer; pugilist
[1858+; fr pugilist]