hogging[ hawg, hog ]SEE DEFINITION OF hogging
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HOGGING
"Now, here we have a battery of six hogging machines," he'd say.
This is known as the "hogging down" method of harvesting corn.
So there was me, white in the face with grandeur, hogging the engine into the shed.
We sit back and roast the trusts to a fare-you-well for hogging all there is in sight.
"I think the way you two fellows are hogging the Ys and captaincies around here is disgraceful," complained the Codfish one night.
She was so weak that she supported herself against a rock; at last she rolled on her back, hogging the dog in her fore paws.
To bend or give way from heavy weight; to press down towards the middle; the opposite of hogging.
Having done this to their satisfaction they untied the hogging ropes and allowed the steers to gain their feet.
The fact still remains that Epsilon had better be habitable or Pan-Asia will scream we're hogging it.