- a large, heavy motorcycle.
- an impressively large luxury automobile.
- a sheep about one year old that has not been shorn.
- the wool shorn from such a sheep.
- any of several other domestic animals, as a bullock, that are one year old.
verb (used with object), hogged, hog·ging.
verb (used without object), hogged, hog·ging.
Origin of hog
Related formshog·like, adjectiveun·hogged, adjective
Examples from the Web for hog
Hand printed posters at the Vance Avenue Market: CHICKEN BACKS, 12½¢ lb.; HOG MAWS, 15¢: RUMPS, 19¢.Stanley Booth on the Life and Hard Times of Blues Genius Furry Lewis|Stanley Booth|June 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Complacency is turned against us as the figure bending over the hog suddenly looks up … and speaks.‘The Walking Dead’: Season 4 Premiere Reminds Us Why We Love This Show|Melissa Leon|October 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
After strolling, you can sit outside and eat oysters at Hog Island Oyster Company.
Why is the city once known as hog butcher to the world now offering a bacon martini at Moto?
Why is the city once known as hog butcher to the world now offering it a bacon martini at Moto?
Showing that in early times there was a hog warden, or person who collected the king's hog-rent in Hereford.
The inside of the hog is washed with bay rum, and sweet majorum is put in.Peck's Compendium of Fun|George W. Peck
I never can remember, it is so hard to say—the flesh of the hog salted.'Lorna Doone|R. D. Blackmore
Barney built a fire under the big, smoke-blackened cauldron Hetty used for cooking the hog swill.Make Mine Homogenized|Rick Raphael
The skeleton approaches that of the ox and of the hog, but it presents differences from that of any other animal.Eccentricities of the Animal Creation.|John Timbs
British Dictionary definitions for hog
verb hogs, hogging or hogged (tr)
Derived Formshogger, nounhoglike, adjective
Word Origin for hog
Idioms and Phrases with hog
see go hog wild; go whole hog; high off the hog; road hog.