piggishness


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Noun1.piggishness - an excessive desire for food
gluttony - habitual eating to excess
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As Kenyans, we can no longer remain quiet when the egotistic piggishness of leaders continues unabated.
The spirited Latina cop is angry about the widespread piggishness of her male colleagues, most of whom are far less skilled than she at solving crimes.
Okay, so they're slow and tend toward runway piggishness. But they carry a lot, right?
Perhaps piggishness was acceptable in Wolfe's eyes, as long as he was the one perceiving it (even if subconsciously).
In his opinion, deceit and self-deceit have become part of people's lives, whereas superficiality, piggishness, narcissism and egoism have become distinctive marks of almost every turbo-successful person.