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hogs

noun as in stock

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Example Sentences

The Cuban sandwich is made with pulled pork shoulder and ham (both from farm hogs, of course), as well as house-made pickles.

First of all, traditional incandescent light bulbs, which were invented 100 years ago, are tremendous electricity hogs.

For a gathering official themed “Connecting the Americas,” the disconnect may be what hogs the spotlight.

Sometimes he buried them on his farm; other times, he stored their body parts in his freezer or fed them to his hogs.

His game proved that teams of brilliant individuals don't necessarily turn into sides full of ball-hogs.

Wild hogs and bears had begun to harvest the nuts before the Cave-men returned.

The owner of the corn and hogs made strenuous objections to this appropriation of his property.

They carried away bacon, drove away fat hogs and beeves, and robbed the people of every species of moveable property.

The hogs which were transported from Europe to America succeeded better, and multiplied faster, than the sheep or goat.

They go in herds of two or three hundred together, and unite, like hogs, in the defence of each other.

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On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hogs, such as: animals, beasts, cattle, cows, domestic, and flock.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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