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- n. Alternative spelling of road hog.
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- n. a driver who obstructs others
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I bet hillary roadhog clinton finds a way to steal the nomination.
I was terrible at pulling girls, never having been a roadhog in the great rock and roll tradition.
And since his work soon required him to spend four nights a week on the road, he fully expected to die in his roadhog Buick or, worse, in one of the country hotels he frequented in eastern North Carolina before the days of bright air-conditioned motels.
Are you completely blind, you - you - you roadhog? 'she demanded fiercely.
If not, I'll probably have to go out and buy a big roadhog.
Conversely, Minnesota's own roadhog musicians are back home and eager to play a place where everybody knows their name.
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