- 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 hogged
Well, he'd squared this cob's tail and hogged his mane so that he looked like another animal.Robbery Under Arms|Thomas Alexander Browne, AKA Rolf Boldrewood
Its colour was reddish, and it had a quantity of stiff, short hair on the neck, which gave it the appearance of a hogged mane.Wanderings in India|John Lang
On the crest of the hogged mane are eleven smaller holes, in which some metallic ornament must have been inserted.
Horace hogged the field glasses most o the time, but my eyes were a blame sight better n his, so I didnt kick about it much.Friar Tuck|Robert Alexander Wason
The mane, which has been hogged, and the surface of this head in several places are broken away.
British Dictionary definitions for hogged (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for hogged (2 of 2)
verb hogs, hogging or hogged (tr)
Derived Formshogger, nounhoglike, adjective
Word Origin for hog
Idioms and Phrases with hogged
see go hog wild; go whole hog; high off the hog; road hog.