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  • n. Plural form of pigout.

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Examples

  • The way he negotiated with colorful foreign leaders (I hope he describes those legendary pigouts with Helmut Kohl), moved the Democratic Party to the center and worked with Alan Greenspan to help keep the economy humming can make for a good story, especially if he talks his narrative informally into a tape recorder rather than trying to write it out longhand, where he is less vivid.

    Writing The Book Of Bill

  • There are also protocols for how to time these carbo pigouts to maximize the amount of carbohydrate that gets stored just where it's needed: in the legs.

    NPR Topics: News

  • Next to post-paper-route pancake pigouts and church, you are the best thing that could ever happen to Sunday morning.

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