Rug vs Ruglike - What's the difference?
As a noun rug
As an adjective ruglike is
resembling a rug or some aspect of one.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
A partial covering for a floor.
(UK, Australia) A (usually thick) piece of fabric used for warmth (especially on a bed); a blanket.
* 1855 , , A Boy?s Adventures in the Wilds of Australia: or, Herbert?s Note-Book ,
* 1906 July 27, Government Gazette of Western Australia ,
- They then cut down a quantity of gum-tree leaves for a bed, and threw their rugs upon them ready for bed-time.
* 1950 April, Dental Journal of Australia , Volume 22,
- Furnish every sleeping apartment with a sufficient number of toilet utensils and bedsteads, and sufficient bedding so that each bed shall be provided with a mattress, two sheets, a rug', and, in winter time, not less than one additional ' rug .
* 1997 , Alan Sharpe, Vivien Encel, Murder!: 25 True Australian Crimes ,
- My own son had a bunny rug' of which he was very fond and on being put to bed he would always demand his “bunny ' rug to suck his finger with.?
A kind of coarse, heavy frieze, formerly used for clothing.
- He brought with him a rug and a sheet, and lay down by the fire.
A rough, woolly, or shaggy dog.
(slang) A wig; a hairpiece.
- They spin the choicest rug' in Ireland. A friend of mine repaired to Paris Garden clad in one of these Waterford ' rugs .
* (partial floor covering) The terms rug'' and carpet are not precise synonyms: a ''rug'' covers part of the floor; a ''carpet'' covers most or a large area of the floor; a ''fitted carpet runs wall-to-wall.
* (small carpet) carpet, mat
* (wig) toupee, wig
* area rug
* cut a rug
* scatter rug
* snug as a bug in a rug
(Scotland) To pull roughly or hastily; to plunder; to spoil; to tear.
- (Sir Walter Scott)
Resembling a rug or some aspect of one.