piggish

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pigheaded
greedy or gluttonous
Resembling a pig as being unpleasant or unclean
{s} resembling a pig, hoggish, resembling a swine; messy, filthy, dirty
resembling swine; coarsely gluttonous or greedy; "piggish table manners"; "the piggy fat-cheeked little boy and his porcine pot-bellied father"; "swinish slavering over food"
Relating to, or like, a pig; greedy
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a person who is obese to the extent of resembling such a mammal of the genus Sus
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The mold in which a block of metal is cast

The pig was cracked, and molten metal was oozing from the side.

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To greedily consume (especially food)

Wow, Doc. That's heavy. Denis sat there pigging on the joint as usual.

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to give birth

The black sow pigged at seven this morning.

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A dirty or slovenly person

He was a pig and his apartment a pigpen; take-away containers and pizza boxes in a long, moldy stream lined his counter tops.

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The edible meat of such an animal; pork

Some religions prohibit their adherents from eating pig.

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A device for cleaning or inspecting the inside of an oil or gas pipeline, or for separating different substances within the pipeline. Named for the pig-like squealing noise made by their progress

Unfortunately, the pig sent to clear the obstruction got lodged in a tight bend, adding to the problem.

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a pigeon
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A difficult problem

Hrm...this one's a real pig: I've been banging my head against the wall over it for hours!.

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A police officer

The protester shouted, “Don't give in to the pigs!” as he was arrested.

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Someone who overeats or eats rapidly and noisily

You gluttonous pig! Now that you've eaten all the cupcakes, there will be none for the party!.

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{n} a young boar or sow, a mass of lead or iron
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{v} to bring forth pigs, farrow, sleep, lay
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swine
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a coarse obnoxious person
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One who is hoggish; a greedy person
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An oblong mass of cast iron, lead, or other metal
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(The) was held sacred by the ancient Cretans, because Jupiter was suckled by a sow; it was immolated in the mysteries of Eleusis; was sacrificed to Hercules, to Venus, the Lares (2 syl ), and all those who sought relief from bodily ailments The sow was sacrificed to Ceres (2 syl ), “because it taught men to turn up the earth;” and in Egypt it was slain on grand weddings on account of its fecundity
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{i} hog, swine; cast iron; police officer, cop (Derogatory Slang)
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Another name for the pommel horse
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a mechanical projectile used for cleaning hose
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See Mine pig, under Mine
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Crew Bar
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disapproval If you say that someone is making a pig of themselves, you are criticizing them for eating a very large amount at one meal. I'm afraid I made a pig of myself at dinner. pigged pigging pig out to eat a lot of food all at once pig out on. Any wild or domestic even-toed ungulate (family Suidae) that is a stout-bodied, short-legged omnivore, with thick, sparsely bristled skin, a long mobile snout, small tail, and hooves with two functional and two nonfunctional digits. Pigs are native to European, Asian, and North African forests. Wild pigs use their tusklike teeth to forage and for defense; the teeth of domestic pigs, which were developed from wild pigs in Europe 1500 BC, are less developed. Pigs are regarded as highly intelligent. Domestic pigs are classified as lard (thick fat, carcass weighing at least 220 lbs, or 100 kg), bacon (carcass about 150 lbs, or 70 kg), and pork (carcass about 100 lbs, or 45 kg) pigs, depending on the principal product derived from them; they are also a source of leather. Today they are usually bred in almost complete confinement. See also boar, hog. wild pig guinea pig pig iron Bay of Pigs invasion
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A device with optional elastomer cups inserted into a pipeline to perform any one of a number of functions: cleaning, displacement, batching, or internal inspection It gets its name from the squealing noises the pipeline pigs made when first used
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A nasty or disgusting person
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To eat greedily (also pig out), or in a noisy or dirty fashion
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{f} give birth to piglets
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eat greedily; "he devoured three sandwiches"
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A block of cast metal
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Any of several mammals of the genus Sus, having cloven hooves, bristles and a nose adapted for digging; especially the domesticated farm animal Sus scrofa
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To huddle or lie together like pigs, in one bed
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uncomplimentary terms for a policeman
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A young swine, a piglet
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emphasis If you say `pigs might fly' after someone has said that something might happen, you are emphasizing that you think it is very unlikely. `There's a chance he won't get involved in this, of course.' --- `And pigs might fly.'
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give birth; "sows farrow"
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disapproval If you call someone a pig, you think that they are unpleasant in some way, especially that they are greedy or unkind
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n An animal (_Porcus omnivorus_) closely allied to the human race by the splendor and vivacity of its appetite, which, however, is inferior in scope, for it sticks at pig
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n An animal (Porcus omnivorus) closely allied to the human race by the splendor and vivacity of its appetite, which, however, is inferior in scope, for it sticks at pig
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To bring forth (pigs); to bring forth in the manner of pigs; to farrow
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domestic swine
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The young of swine, male or female; also, any swine; a hog
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a crude block of metal (lead or iron) poured from a smelting furnace live like a pig, in squalor
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Any wild species of the genus Sus and related genera
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In the forefeet of pigs is a very small hole, which may be seen when the hair has been carefully removed The tradition is that the legion of devils entered by these apertures There are also round it some six rings, the whole together not larger than a small spangle; they look as if burnt or branded into the skin, and the tradition is that they are the marks of the devil's claws when he entered the swine (Mark v 11-15) (See Christian Traditions ) Riding on a pig It was Jane, afterwards Duchess of Gordon, who, in 1770, undertook for a wager to ride down the High Street of Edinburgh, in broad day-light, on the back of a pig, and she won her bet Some men there are love not a gaping pig (Merchant of Venice, iv 1) Marshal d'Albert always fainted at the sight of a roast sucking pig (See Antipathy, Cat ) The same is said of Vaugheim, the renowned Hanoverian huntsman Keller used to faint at the sight of smoked bacon
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A pig is a pink or black animal with short legs and not much hair on its skin. Pigs are often kept on farms for their meat, which is called pork, ham, bacon, or gammon. the grunting of the pigs. a pig farmer. see also guinea pig = hog
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a crude block of metal (lead or iron) poured from a smelting furnace
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mold consisting of a bed of sand in which pig iron is cast
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a person regarded as greedy and pig-like
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Domesticated in the Middle East around 7000 BC from the wild boar [sus scrofa scrofa], this animal was found over much of western Europe as it moved into the thicker wooded landscape after the last ice age Wild boar featured in the Mesolithic diet
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A piggin
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live like a pig, in squalor
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A greedy person; someone who overeats or eats rapidly and noisily
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a metal casting used in remelting
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disapproval If you say that people are pigging themselves, you are criticizing them for eating a very large amount at one meal. After pigging herself on ice cream she went upstairs
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