adjective, pork·i·er, pork·i·est.
Origin of porky1
noun, plural pork·ies. Chiefly Inland North and Western U.S..
Origin of porky2
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Contemporary Examples of porky
Porky Pig, “Blue Christmas” Who says there are no new Christmas classics?Christmas Music Sucks (Mostly), but Here’s a Playlist of Holiday Gems
December 7, 2012
We do care about “all those little, tiny, yes, porky amendments.”
We do care about "all those little, tiny, yes, porky amendments."
Historical Examples of porky
Well, as I was saying, it's absurd to worry; he's not a porky father.Where Angels Fear to Tread
E. M. Forster
No, Smoky, it is no dog; neither is it a porky; it is a bear this time all right.
The first bear trap that we came to, we found a "porky" in it.
It was Porky, with that wedge-coat of hisn, and a seegar as big as a corn-cob!Alec Lloyd, Cowpuncher
Diana looked doubtfully at the two inches of brown, porky substance on her ivy-leaf plate, and sighed.A harum-scarum schoolgirl