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Definition of "hogs" []

  • A slight upward curve to the centre of the surface of a road, ship's deck, etc (noun)
  • An outward inclination of the front wheels of a road vehicle so that they are slightly closer together at the bottom than at the top (noun)
  • A small arching curve of a beam or girder provided to lessen deflection and improve appearance (noun)
  • Aerofoil curvature expressed by the ratio of the maximum height of the aerofoil mean line to its chord (noun)
  • To form or be formed with a surface that curves upwards to its centre (verb)
  • Plural form of hog. (noun)

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  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hog. (verb)

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Use "hogs" in a sentence
  • "I guess that means we can pay her in hogs and chickens too – no big fat salary with all the days off and healthcare, etc."
  • "Every day we hunted morning and afternoon and every time we were covered up in hogs and wildlife."
  • "Hunting the hogs is not a bad thing, what is bad is the spread of the animals and because of the interest they are attracting, outfitters are starting to offer hunts, this wouldn't be so bad if they were out to kill them all but it seems they actually make enough money off of them that having them around is worth the problems they cause."