One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Even for an infantryman, the old soldier conjured a particularly ugly visage: a balding gnome-like pate, puggish nose, rheumy eyes - some said from too much drink - a perpetual frown, chinless face, the furrowed brow.’
- ‘Well, our puggish pal is flying in to lend a hand to his colourful environmental activist friends for a wacky protest against a big secretive conference.’
- ‘While the assorted Ministers scurried past the protestors - although the puggish treasurer offered a cheery wave at the crowd - the Premier snuck in a side entrance to maintain his decorum.’
- ‘It was a great TV show which was eventually marred by the introduction of Scrappy Doo, a puggish runt of a character that I'm convinced was created to torment and annoy everyone within earshot or, more specifically, me.’
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