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  • adjective comparative form of porky: more porky

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Examples

  • Thus did Mitt cover his *ss ahead of the 2011 primaries, where support for the new porkier tax cuts compromise will no doubt be a litmus test for grassroots righties.

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  • JBT is no porkier than Hillary Clinton, widely favored to be the Dem Pres nominee next time.

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  • Usually this would be okay but I'm a lot ... ummm, porkier now.

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  • Its olives are more succulent, its oranges juicier, its pigs porkier than any other region.

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  • Iowa, Wisconsin and the Dakotas -- are porkier than us.

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  • But the reason to come here is, er, the pizza, of which around eight are available at any given time, from basic tomato with mozzarella and basil to napolitana (oregano, capers, olives, anchovy and mozzarella) and porkier options.

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  • It is porkier that the Creole food indigenous to New Orleans.

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  • It is porkier that the Creole food indigenous to New Orleans.

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  • Let's see what the Senate does with it because the word is that the companion is at once porkier, has less oversight, and is slightly generous to some people outside the ruling class.

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  • Seat then fits an extra high ratio gearbox, skinny tyres fitted on steel wheels with aerodynamic trims and throws away some of the porkier luxuries that you can do without.

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