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piggery

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Agriculture
piggerypig‧ge‧ry /ˈpɪɡəri/ noun (plural piggeries) [countable] British English  TAa pig farm, or the place on a farm where pigs are kept
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piggeryIt was used as a piggery and the stench hovered about it.In 1278 the abbot's men destroyed a piggery belonging to the bishop in Godney Moor, and again in 1315.For forty days she banishes him to the stables and piggeries.I didn't anticipate spending days mucking out some of the dirtiest piggeries I had ever seen.It was some time before we retrieved them and went into the piggery.
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