Definition of tugger in English:



See tug

‘But then in 1904 we were in the main forelock tuggers.’
  • ‘They'll carry your bag, serve you well and even have time for intelligent conversation, but if you seek forelock tuggers, seek elsewhere.’
  • ‘Usually the darling of the heartstring tugger or a hard-headed military man, it's easy to forget that he can do anything else.’
  • ‘Two of the other kids looked up like meerkats with something to look for, they saw the tugger and made their way over.’