piglike


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piglike

(ˈpɪɡˌlaɪk)
adj
like or reminiscent of a pig
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Javelina are built like a pig with a piglike snout, but they are actually very small animals, standing up to 20 inches at the shoulder with adults weighing from 35 pounds to a maximum of about 55 pounds.
No original: "hunchbacked, bowlegged, pigeon-toed, overweight, coarse-skinned, and lank-haired, with small piglike eyes, a bulbous nose, crooked teeth, and a deformed jaw.
Other examples of Sulawesi cave art include a drawing of a fruit-eating pig called a pig-deer, or babirusa, from at least 35,400 years ago and a portrait of a piglike creature dating to 35,700 years ago or more.
The cameras have also snapped a variety of prey animals, such as white-lipped peccaries, a piglike animal.
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).