Common misspellings for rugs:

grugs, roucus, rukus, hugs, rigts, rugters, juges, shruges, rog's, aruges, crugs, rukers, reques, rucus, ryuus, 6yrsago, rugbe, rigths, ruckis, druygs, rpgs, rujss, rugy, durgs, regu, ruls, regs, nuges, ugs, uggs, rugbyis, druges, russ, rikues, juggs, russa, requees, cirucs, rus, ddrugs, drougs, rauws, reguse, rukkus, rougish, rigas, regi, recurse, ruiss, rucuss, righs, cruis, rihgts, regars, progs, rutgars, fugus, rulkes, brugos, rugar, reigios, rougues, fuges, rugid, rougly, rucous, ruget, raucaus, regestior, regas, reagrs, regestiar, rutts, rugbys, augs, rugh, rigous, reuge, regers, tuggs, ruku, roggs, russi, ragies, reuqst, raggs, rougth, raukus, ruckas, dugs, rocus, reko's, druggs, rukes, regisar, raucus, rougky, requers, ruissa, srugs, requess, fugas, ruccus, recues, drugss, shruggs, rugbee, grougous, riges, ryus, caughs, rubix, arugues, rughts, rgrs, througs, gruges, rngs, roques, rtgs, puggs, raiigs, regisry, riggs, rogers, rugin, rugbi, rugbz, rsquos, 5ugs, 4ugs, rjgs, r8gs, r7gs, rugx, reugs, rfugs, rtugs, 5rugs, r5ugs, 4rugs, r4ugs, ryugs, ruygs, ruhgs, rjugs, rujgs, riugs, ruigs, r8ugs, ru8gs, r7ugs, ru7gs, rufgs, rugfs, ruvgs, rugvs, rughs, rugys, rugzs, rugsz, rugxs, rugsx, rugds, rugsd, rugws, rugsw, ruugs, ruggs, rugss, 2ugs, zugs, r5gs, rqgs, rwgs, rug3, r ugs, ru gs, rug s.

Usage examples for rugs

  1. It is related that once at table, when the conversation turned upon the seasons, and upon the climate of Asia, Kallisthenes argued that it was colder in the country where they were than in Greece; and when Anaxarchus vehemently contradicted this, he said, " Why, you must admit that this country is the colder of the two; for in Greece you used to wear only one cloak all through the winter, whereas here you sit down to dinner wrapped in three Persian rugs."  Plutarch's Lives Volume III. by Plutarch
  2. " Beds and me don't hitch" declared Riley, throwing two or three of the rugs together.  The Rangeland Avenger by Max Brand
  3. The man picked up a couple of rugs and told us to wrap ourselves in them.  Jim Davis by John Masefield
  4. Small rugs are taken out of doors and shaken or beaten.  The Complete Home by Various