like or befitting swine; hoggish.
brutishly coarse, gross, or sensual.
- swin·ish·ly, adverb
- swin·ish·ness, noun
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How to use swinish in a sentence
But the three men were far too deeply sunk in their swinish sleep for any voice to wake them.The Dealings of Captain Sharkey | A. Conan Doyle
Porcine, por′sīn, adj. pertaining to or resembling swine: swinish.
When you see a man who reminds you of a hog, be assured he has swinish habits.The Funny Side of Physic | A. D. Crabtre
His furious little swinish eyes blinking through the blood which dripped over them, he hurled himself straight onward.In the Morning of Time | Charles G. D. Roberts
They also grunt among themselves, without any external cause; but merely to express their swinish sympathy.