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oink out

Sl. to overeat. I oink out every time we have chocolate cake. This Thursday starts a four-day weekend, and I plan to oink out every day.
See also: oink, out

oink

(oɪŋk)
n. a police officer. (A play on pig.) There is an oink following us on a motorcycle!

oink out

in. to overeat. This Thursday starts a four-day weekend, and I plan to oink out every day.
See also: oink, out
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Before you cut your oinking herbs, have someone take a clear photo of you holding them.
A nuisance caller also made oinking noises and sang "this little piggy went to market".
Since then, I've been oinking and gobbling my way round the Midlands.
Striking a sympathetic balance between clueless innocence and sheer oinking vile, Hal vaguely perceives that his life isn't working out the way his imagination demands.
A pink, ceramic, oinking piggy bank stars in Kinnerton's Christmas 2001 range.
Staff at her office in Mitcham, Surrey, said a caller also made oinking noises and sang "this little piggy went to market".
He was still awake when the pigs stopped oinking, the cows stopped mooing, the geese stopped honking, and the horses had lain down in their stalls.