piglike


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piglike

(ˈpɪɡˌlaɪk)
adj
like or reminiscent of a pig
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She even knows that, like her, Hudson does not like "porquerias [filth; piglike things]" that he really prefers just "to make love and be happy and go to sleep" (179).
Though set in contemporary England, it begins with "a giant riding on a piglike man, throwing stones" (9), an image foreshadowing the phantasmagoria that will infuse the dramatic landscape: a Kelpie, a Green Lady, a Brownie, a Dead Child, a Spriggan, a creature named Rawheadandbloodybones, to name just a handful.
The pigs serve as a piglike Greek chorus, making comments about the stupidity of human beings living their graceless lives," Velasco said.
to the piglike javelina that smells like stinky socks, each animal has its own gross habits or aspects for a reason--for example, javelinas use their musky odor to help keep the herd grouped together.