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  • adj. Like a pig.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • The shot clipped Silas in the upper leg. There was a piglike grunt, then, Fuck you!

    Kings of Colorado

  • Hayden, who has had the kindness to start going about shirtless (His rather nice pecs draws one's gaze away from his always-frizzy, hideous hair, and his narrow, piglike eyes.), is trying to keep his showmance with Kristen a secret.

    Tallulah Morehead: Big Brother 12: Tongue Digging

  • Each creature had beady yellow eyes and a muzzle that ended in a piglike nose.

    The Lost Children

  • I peered over the gate and saw one of the pigs emerging from underneath the hay, and then four other piglike lumps began to stir, hay falling from their backs.

    The Dirty Life

  • Mick, I see a tiny gleam of piglike intelligence in your eyes.

    Dead Zero

  • Glorak wrinkled his piglike snout and said, “Your oceans produce such strange creatures!”

    Delta Anomaly

  • Now this thing has gone far beyond Helix, and the depth of knee-jerk defensiveness of the oldschool apparently extends to covering for Sanders' piglike unprofessional behavior in any and all circumstances.


  • A study led by Christian Voigt from the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research in Berlin, Germany, found the blood-seeking bats are switching to cattle from rain forest prey such as tapirs and piglike peccaries.

    Vampire Bats Attack Cattle as Rain Forest Falls « Skid Roche

  • It stands on the vest of every fat, piglike figure in every cartoon, for the purpose of denoting a crook, a grafter, a scoundrel—as the one sure-fire brand of evil...

    Charlize Theron Could Topline Atlas Shrugged Mini-Series | /Film

  • Or when their piglike snouts are caught at the trough of public fund fiddling.

    Breaking the Silence


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