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I knew she was hogged, but I didn't know it was as bad as that.

The oil is extracted from the hogged mass by a steaming and roasting process.

Its colour was reddish, and it had a quantity of stiff, short hair on the neck, which gave it the appearance of a hogged mane.

A slight pause, then he added, casually and quite simply: "The plaintiff reached for it and hogged it."

Occasionally a portion only was hogged, while the greater part remained in its natural condition.

Horace hogged the field glasses most o the time, but my eyes were a blame sight better n his, so I didnt kick about it much.

The long hairs in the mane should never be cut, unless it is intended to clip it off altogether, and make it into a “hogged” mane.

A million kinds of life are spawned on the floor, fighting for the light that tree had hogged for itself.

Well, he'd squared this cob's tail and hogged his mane so that he looked like another animal.

When the corn crop matures, the larger individuals are given the liberty of the corn fields and the crop is "hogged down."