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But the three men were far too deeply sunk in their swinish sleep for any voice to wake them.
Porcine, por′sīn, adj. pertaining to or resembling swine: swinish.
When you see a man who reminds you of a hog, be assured he has swinish habits.
His furious little swinish eyes blinking through the blood which dripped over them, he hurled himself straight onward.
IN THE MORNING OF TIMECHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
They also grunt among themselves, without any external cause; but merely to express their swinish sympathy.
A broken complexion, a swinish look, ungenerous acts and the want of due knowledge,—all blab.
ESSAYS, FIRST SERIESRALPH WALDO EMERSON
He imitates a pig in all its swinish habits of grunting, squealing, and being unclean.
Hate smoldered in the swinish eyes as, in the seclusion of the office, he glowered and planned and rumbled his throaty threats.
THE PROMISEJAMES B. HENDRYX
But banish swinish drunkards out of thine house, which is a vice impairing health, consuming much and makes no show.
In spite of the miserable food and swinish forecastle, the fresh crew worked well and peaceably.
THE LOG OF A SEA-WAIFFRANK T. BULLEN

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