n.1.(Geol.) A hogback.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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At first they breathed temperately upon the travellers, winds good to meet when one crawled over some gigantic hog's-back; but in a few days, at a height of nine or ten thousand feet, those breezes bit; and Kim kindly allowed a village of hillmen to acquire merit by giving him a rough blanket-coat.
Penywaun was a farm away up on the hog's-back of the hill, about four miles out of the village.
9Bruce's Castle (Turnberry 9th), 454 yds, par 4: Played from a tee halfway out to sea across a rocky inlet and on to a hog's-back fairway promising unpredictable bounces.