noun, plural pig·gies.
adjective, pig·gi·er, pig·gi·est.
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OTHER WORDS FROM piggypig·gi·ness, noun
Words nearby piggy
Example sentences from the Web for piggy
During the visit, Kermit kissed the First Lady's hand, risking the potential jealousy of Miss Piggy.Muppets, Superheroes And The Politicians Who Love Them|Ben Jacobs|May 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Miss Piggy and Celine Dion have a fun duet, too, which is kind of cool.
He gives us his best Swedish chef impression and shares his dream for a Miss Piggy and Celine Dion Vegas show.
In a 2011 interview, funny woman Chelsea Handler asked Miss Piggy about her weight and classification as “plus-size.”
Miss Piggy is confident, driven, and fights for what she wants.
Miss Laura got a stick and scratched poor piggy's back a little, and then she went back to the house.Beautiful Joe|Marshall Saunders
Pretty soon they trotted down the walk to see Mistress Piggy and her three lazy, grunting children.
So at that call the laddies pelted Mistress Piggy and her children with tufts of grass.
They are generally stout, piggy-faced gentlemen, who eat hearty suppers, and patronise free-and-easys.Bentley's Miscellany, Volume II|Various
"Piggy-widden" is a west-country dialect term, meaning a little white pig, used as an endearment for the youngest of a family.The Sources and Analogues of 'A Midsummer-night's Dream'|Compiled by Frank Sidgwick
British Dictionary definitions for piggy
noun plural -gies
- a children's game in which one player attempts to retrieve a ball thrown over him or her by at least two other players
- a situation in which a person or group is caught up in a disagreement between other people or groups