Associations to the word «Mug»
MUG, adjective. (archaic) Easily fooled, gullible.
MUG, noun. A large cup for hot liquids, usually having a handle and used without a saucer.
MUG, noun. (slang) The face, often used deprecatingly.
MUG, noun. (slang) (vulgar) A gullible or easily-cheated person.
MUG, noun. (UK) (slang) A stupid or contemptible person.
MUG, verb. (transitive) (obsolete) (UK) To strike in the face.
MUG, verb. (transitive) To assault for the purpose of robbery.
MUG, verb. (intransitive) To exaggerate a facial expression for communicative emphasis; to make a face, to pose, as for photographs or in a performance, in an exaggerated or affected manner.
MUG, verb. (transitive) To photograph for identification; to take a mug shot.
MUG, verb. Learn or review a subject as much as possible in a short time; cram.
MUG, noun. (slang) (AAVE) Motherfucker (usually in similes, e.g. "like a mug" or "as a mug")
MUG BOOK, noun. A book containing mug shots, pictures of faces.
MUG BOOKS, noun. Plural of mug book
MUG OFF, verb. (UK) (slang) (transitive) To cheat, swindle, dupe
MUG SHOT, noun. A photograph taken of the head and shoulders, often from the front and in profile, usually taken in conjunction with somebody's arrest.
MUG SHOT, noun. (UK) (slang) An unflattering photograph of a person's face.
MUG SHOTS, noun. Plural of mug shot
MUG UP, verb. (intransitive) To study intensely
MUG, noun. The quantity that can be held in a mug.
MUG, noun. A person who is gullible and easy to take advantage of.
MUG, noun. The human face (`kisser' and `smiler' and `mug' are informal terms for `face' and `phiz' is British).
MUG, noun. With handle and usually cylindrical.
MUG, verb. Rob at gunpoint or with the threat of violence; "I was mugged in the streets of New York last night".
We cannot always control our thoughts, but we can control our words, and repetition impresses the subconscious, and we are then master of the situation.