[oi-lee] /ˈɔɪ li/
adjective, oilier, oiliest.
smeared or covered with ; greasy:
an oily road surface.
of the nature of, consisting of, or resembling .
of or relating to .
full of or containing .
smooth or unctuous, as in manner or speech:
an oily hypocrite.
in an oily manner.
adjective oilier, oiliest
soaked in or smeared with oil or grease
consisting of, containing, or resembling oil
flatteringly servile or obsequious
1520s, from oil (n.) + -y (2). Figurative meaning “smooth, unctuous” is from 1590s. Related: Oiliness.
Cunning and ingratiating; sly and unctuous: his perfect-pitch portrayal of Artie, the oily producer of The Larry Sanders Show (1879+)
[oingk] /ɔɪŋk/ verb (used without object) 1. to make the characteristic sound of a pig; grunt. noun 2. the squealing or grunting sound made by a pig. /ɔɪŋk/ interjection 1. an imitation or representation of the grunt of a pig v. “to make a noise like a pig,” 1965, of imitative origin. noun phrase Something […]
- Oinker scale
noun phrase [1990s+; related to male chauvinist pig]
- Oinking porker
noun phrase A male chauvinist pig: And the men who ran the AVP were even worse oinking porkers determined to annihilate the WPVA, marginalize the women’s game, and monopolize pro beach volleyball (1990s+)
- Oink out
verb phrase to overeat; pig out Examples I oinked out on Sugar Wafers. Usage Note slang verb phrase To overeat; pig out: oinking out on Peeps