In any case, it accommodated pigpen very nicely; he was indeed one far-out gentleman, no doubt about it, none at all.
The best part of sleeping in the old pigpen, they thought, was being able to leave it whenever they chose.
Now, it happened that there was one loose board in a corner of the pigpen.
Yes, but jest 'cause a man don't want to live in a pigpen it ain't no sign he wants to be put under a glass case.
And there was a battle down in the Devil's pigpen day before yesterday.
So all the family went out, and hearing the squealing of the swine, they hastened to the pigpen.
Notice as you go that this place doesn't look much like a pigpen now.
One night two ladies who were alone in their cabin, were alarmed by wild appeals from the pigpen, and found it invaded by a bear.
And I fell off into the pigpen and my dress got all dirty and the pig runned right over me.
Just because there was a nail loose in the pigpen I got in trouble with all the live stock.
(also pigsty) Any filthy, littered place: His room's a pigpen (1872+; 1820+ pigsty)