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- n. wet feed (especially for pigs) consisting of mostly kitchen waste mixed with water or skimmed or sour milk
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They fell down, hitting each other indiscriminately, knocked over the pail, and rolled about in the pigwash.
He maintained that it was uncharitable to say, 'What a bad sermon So-and-so preached,' and not uncharitable to say, 'Well, it is better than the sickening stuff one generally hears'; uncharitable to say, 'What nasty soup this is!' and not uncharitable to say, 'Well, it is better than the filthy pigwash generally called soup.'