hog-backed [hawg-bakt, hog-] ExamplesWord Origin adjective
- cambered, as the ridge of a roof, a hill, etc.
Origin of hog-backed First recorded in 1645–55 Examples from the Web for hog-backed Historical Examples of hog-backed
AT the head of the cavalcade rode Turka, on a hog-backed roan.
We ascended the side of the hog-backed hill to the north of the Rhyadr.
Behind her, green pines, two babies, and a hog-backed bridge spanning a bottle-green river running over blue boulders.
Its length varied greatly, and it had a hog-backed blade tempered almost as finely as the sword itself.
Now it is she who takes the upper hand, and pushes the hog-backed one before her through the water.