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Definition of "hogging" []

  • Present participle of hog. (verb)
  • The targeting by men of overweight or obese women for sexual encounters. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "hogging" in a sentence
  • "He fitted the mast of the Stancomb Wills fore and aft inside the James Caird as a hog-back and thus strengthened the keel with the object of preventing our boat "hogging" -- that is, buckling in heavy seas."
  • "But when a vessel is large, and more especially when she is long, the strains known as hogging and sagging are apt to rack her timbers apart."
  • "The bow and stern had fallen, which boat builders call hogging."