Former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo famously dubbed it a “pigsty.”
This week: We learn Versailles was a pigsty, Virginia Woolf despised writing articles, and money is very dangerous.
I don't think a pigsty is absolutely essential to Lalage's comfort.
I will take your berth, and the fellow shall not turn the room into a pigsty.
He carried the slop-buckets to the pigsty for her, and helped to poddy (hand feed) a young calf.
What'll be your charge for the plan of the pigsty, Mr. Lindsay?
If we took him in I should have to build a pigsty at the bottom of the garden for him, and I can't afford it.
Her father had turned it into a pigsty; but he had left off keeping pigs for some time.
There was once a fisherman who lived with his wife in a pigsty, close by the seaside.
The roof is open to the sky and overhangs both the farmyard and the pigsty.