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blackhead a small, black-tipped plug of fatty matter blocking a pore of the skin, esp. on the face. [1/3 definitions]
bung to plug or cork using a bung (often fol. by up). [1/3 definitions]
chew something for chewing, esp. a plug of tobacco. [1/7 definitions]
chink1 to plug up chinks in. [1/3 definitions]
earplug a rubber or plastic plug that fits into the ear opening to deaden sound or keep out water.
fill to close up or plug. [1/9 definitions]
fipple a wedgelike slitted plug that stops the upper end of certain musical instruments, such as the recorder, and through which the player blows air.
fipple flute a recorder or other vertical flute that has a slitted wedgelike plug, or fipple, in the mouthpiece.
jack a device that connects a plug to an electrical circuit. [1/8 definitions]
peg to fasten, plug, or mark with a peg or pegs. [1/5 definitions]
plug a spark plug. [2/9 definitions]
poppet an intake or exhaust valve that can rapidly plug or unplug an opening, often driven by a spring for rapid repetition; poppet valve. [1/2 definitions]
preignition in an internal-combustion engine, the ignition of fuel before the spark plug fires.
receptacle an electric outlet, as on a wall, that allows a plug to make contact with the power supply. [1/2 definitions]
spigot a plug or tap set in a cask opening. [1/2 definitions]
spile a wooden peg or plug, esp. one used as a spigot in a barrel. [2/4 definitions]
stopper a device that blocks an opening, esp. to prevent leakage of liquid; plug. [2 definitions]
stopple a stopper or plug, as for a bottle. [2 definitions]
tampon a plug of absorbent cotton or other material inserted into a bodily opening or wound to absorb the flow of blood or other secretions, esp. a commercially manufactured one for absorbing menstrual flow.
tap2 a device to control the flow of liquid or gas from a pipe or container, or a plug to prevent such a flow; spigot; faucet. [1/9 definitions]
unplug to remove a plug or obstruction from. [2 definitions]