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glug

[gləg]
(mechanics)
A unit of mass, equal to the mass which is accelerated by 1 centimeter per second per second by a force of 1 gram-force, or to 980.665 grams.
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I took a whistle-stop tour of the Ledbury area in the hope it would provide in microcsm a picture of the breath of the county's munchable and gluggable delights.
99) the result is a simple, fruity, gluggable party red.
Wonderfully gluggable and loveable with no rough edges, it's a real blast.
A midweek on-my-own bowl of spicy meatballs and pasta went down a treat with this plummy, peppersprinkled gluggable wine from the south of France.
The most basic wine, not from a single estate, is however much more like the popular gluggable Chianti of old.
Mint/herb tones blend in with vibrant fruitiness to make it lively and gluggable with a "serious" twist.
The words gluggable, fresh and hugely enjoyable can be levelled at this example and the Duboeuf stable of wines are always reliable from whatever region, but it's from Beaujolais that they particularly excel.
There was also an awful lot of it - too much for a starter for one but difficult to leave aloneOne hungover friend, bravely refusing even the briefest snifter of gluggable house white wine, decided she needed comfort food and risotto was the obvious choice.