pig-out

pig-out

(pĭg′out′)
n. Slang
The act or an instance of voracious eating by a person or group.

pig-out

n
informal a session of eating excessively

pig′-out`



n.
Slang. an instance of overindulging in eating.
[1975–80]
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Scary Spice Mel B also has a pig-out day once a week and actress Rita Simons - Roxy in EastEnders - allows herself the odd pig-out.
It's the time of year for big trees, pig-outs, a sneaky kiss under the mistletoe - and for celebrities to post cosy pictures as if they are just like the rest of us.
As a viewer it was almost unbelievable that she didn't realise what she was doing but it was clear from her dismayed reaction that she had no recollection of the nightly pig-outs.
Termites prefer old wood for their pig-outs, and carpenter bees get their kicks from boring holes into new wood: more than likely they'll be sharing the thrill of victory.
But although summer pig-outs are what most people look forward to on holiday they can have serious implications for your health.
And you'll never feel hungry, so you won't have uncontrolled pig-outs.