1. hog

verb. ['ˈhɑːg'] take greedily; take more than one's share.


  • snaffle
  • grab

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Rhymes with Hog

  • prolog
  • smog
  • slog
  • skog
  • prague
  • plog
  • pirog
  • parag
  • krog
  • grogg
  • grog
  • frogge
  • frogg
  • frog
  • flog
  • clog
  • clague
  • agog
  • zogg
  • waag
  • tague
  • rogge
  • rog
  • pog
  • mogg
  • maag
  • lague
  • jog
  • haag
  • fogg

How do you pronounce hog?

Pronounce hog as hɑg.

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Sentences with hog

1. Noun, singular or mass
A wild hog will attack you if it believes it is being cornered.

2. Adjective
Attach the squirrel cage and the fan guard cover to the poultry netting using other hog rings.

3. Verb, base form
Keep them away from trees or shrubs that can block the light or hog the nutrients.

Quotes about hog

1. I'm lonely. Why do you think I had to learn to act so independent? I also get mad too quickly, and I hog the covers, and my second toe is longer than my big one. My hair has it's own zip code. Plus, I get certifiably crazy when I've got PMS. You don't love someone because they're perfect. You love them in spite of the fact that they're not.
- Jodi Picoult, My Sister's Keeper

2. Don’t try to hog loneliness and keep it all to yourself. Share it with a special someone.
- Jarod Kintz, This Book is Not FOR SALE

2. hog-nosed_skunk

noun. large naked-muzzled skunk with white back and tail; of southwestern North America and Mexico.


  • hognosed skunk
  • wood pussy
  • skunk
  • rooter skunk
  • polecat
  • genus Conepatus
  • Conepatus
  • badger skunk

3. hog-tie

verb. tie together somebody's limbs.


  • tie up
  • truss
  • tie down


  • unlash
  • unfasten
  • untie
  • detach

4. hog-nosed_badger

noun. southeast Asian badger with a snout like a pig.


  • Arctonyx
  • Arctonyx collaris
  • sand badger
  • badger
  • hog badger

5. hog

noun. ['ˈhɑːg'] domestic swine.


  • pork
  • grunter
  • Sus
  • pig
  • porc
  • genus Sus
  • swine
  • lard
  • porker
  • Sus scrofa
  • squealer


  • understate
  • give
  • unbridle
  • stand still

6. hog

noun. ['ˈhɑːg'] a sheep up to the age of one year; one yet to be sheared.


  • hogg
  • lamb

7. hog

noun. ['ˈhɑːg'] a person regarded as greedy and pig-like.


  • pig