Etymology
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piggish (adj.)

1792, of persons, "like a pig" in disposition, habits, or manners, from pig (n.1) + -ish. Until 20c. usually "stubborn, selfish; unclean, coarse;" association with greedy eating is more recent. Related: Piggishly; piggishness.

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Definitions of piggish

piggish (adj.)
resembling swine; coarsely gluttonous or greedy;
piggish table manners
Synonyms: hoggish / piggy / porcine / swinish
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