- v. present participle of pig.
“So they "pigged" still, although they did not defile the furniture with unwashed hands, and the plate and crockery with greasy dish-cloths.”
“Transportation Department a $952,000 fine, replaced 2,500 feet of the pipeline, "smart pigged" all of its pipelines in Virginia, and performed pressurized water tests to validate the repairs.”
“Tyler did you starve yourself today, is that why you pigged out on 4 cookies and 2 pieces of ice cream cake?”
“You never see a Vegetarian chunkster youngster because you'll never hear a kid say, 'I pigged out on sprouts last night; so ashamed... so delicious!”
“The indictment cited internal company emails, gloating that the Wiseguys "pigged out" for a Giants playoff game last year and "dominated" a ticket purchase of a "Dancing With the Stars" event in 2008.”
“The five remaining chef-testants were charged with creating a dish to be pigged out on ... in space!”
“Those [Wall Street] guys – they pigged out, man, to a degree that I never thought was possible.”
“A happy thought: perhaps by picking Palin, from a state with a narrow undiversified industrial base, where a key cash employer has pigged out on imported labor, McCain may have inadvertently brought his hated issue back on stage.”
“I was so happy that I finally got a payday that I pigged out on Fatburger and Starbucks today.”
“Since no one had bothered to feed the women the night before, most of them fairly pigged out.”
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