hog

[ hawg, hog ]SEE DEFINITION OF hog

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOG

Hang tight, now—I'm going to beat that horse to the Hog's Back.

He just missed running into Banjo on the Hog's Back by the skin of the teeth.

The top of the "hog's-back" had been flattened, and on it stood M'tela's palace.

Your chattel is for growing corn, not for corn in a hog's belly.

Mr. Rockefeller did not discover the hog, but it is considered his by right of resemblance.

The general aspect of the Rhinoceros is that of a hog in armor on a grand scale.

A man deliberately makes a hog of himself, and that's an Institution!'

Crupper's no hog; he knows when he's had plenty, and New York's good enough for him.

He visited the corrals, he visited the barn, he visited the hog pens and the chicken roosts.

It was half a dug-out on the hillside, and suggested as much care as a hog pen.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR HOG

slob

nounmessy person

swine

nounomnivorous animal
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