Related formspig·gish·ly, adverbpig·gish·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for piggish
If he cuts off a woman repeatedly, he comes across as rude or, worse, piggish.Bill O’Reilly’s Macho Moment in On-Air Confrontation With Laura Ingraham|Lauren Ashburn|April 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Third, legal academia has to get its collective head out of the sand and stop being so piggish (I am mixing my metaphors).
Through the glass, however, it appeared of a greenish grey, and decidedly “piggish.”The Maroon|Mayne Reid
He was selfish and priggish and worse, he was piggish—A regular beast of a brute.The Book of Humorous Verse|Various
Suddenly, to his piggish amazement, another figure—a swiftly flying figure—got between him and his way of escape.The Corner House Girls at School|Grace Brooks Hill
But I do wish you'd eat something—it's so piggish of you not to—really it is!
His face was smooth and of a parchment color, his nose abnormally large, and his eyes small and piggish.In the Days of Washington|William Murray Graydon