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hog British & World English

A domesticated pig, especially a castrated male reared for slaughter

hog English Thesaurus

he never hogged the limelight

hog-tie British & World English

Secure (a person or animal) by fastening the hands and feet or all four feet together

hog deer British & World English

A short-legged heavily built deer having a yellow-brown coat with darker underparts, found in grasslands and paddy fields in SE Asia

hog line British & World English

(In the game of curling) a line marked across either end of a curling rink at one sixth of the rink’s length from the tee. No sweeping is allowed until a stone has crossed the first line

hog plum British & World English

A tropical tree which bears edible plum-like fruit, in particular:

hog-wild British & World English

Out of control

road hog British & World English

A motorist who drives recklessly or inconsiderately, making it difficult for others to pass

hog badger British & World English

A badger with a long mobile snout and dark facial stripes, found in the forests of eastern Asia

hog heaven British & World English

A place or condition of foolish or idle bliss

hog-nosed bat British & World English

A tiny insectivorous bat with a piglike nose and no tail, native to Thailand. It is the smallest known bat

red river hog British & World English

Another term for bush pig.

go the whole hog British & World English

Do something completely or thoroughly

hog-nosed skunk British & World English

An American skunk with a bare elongated snout and a black face, found in rugged terrain

live high on the hog British & World English

Have a luxurious lifestyle

hogback British & World English

A long hill or mountain ridge with steep sides

hog's back in hogback British & World English

A long hill or mountain ridge with steep sides

razorback British & World English

A pig of a half-wild breed common in the southern US, with the back formed into a high narrow ridge

razorback hog in razorback British & World English

A pig of a half-wild breed common in the southern US, with the back formed into a high narrow ridge

go the whole hog in hog British & World English

Do something completely or thoroughly

hognose snake British & World English

A harmless burrowing American snake with an upturned snout. When threatened it inflates itself with air and hisses, and may feign death

hog-nosed snake in hognose snake British & World English

A harmless burrowing American snake with an upturned snout. When threatened it inflates itself with air and hisses, and may feign death

live high on the hog in hog British & World English

Have a luxurious lifestyle

American hog plum in hog plum British & World English

A tropical tree which bears edible plum-like fruit, in particular: