Origin of trig1
Definition for trig (2 of 4)
adjective Chiefly British.
verb (used with object), trigged, trig·ging.
Origin of trig2
Related formstrig·ness, noun
Definition for trig (3 of 4)
verb (used with object), trigged, trig·ging. Dialect.
Origin of trig3
Definition for trig (4 of 4)
Examples from the Web for trig
“I think in regard to Trig, anything is possible,” McGinniss writes.
Palin dedicates the book to her 2-year old son, Trig, who has Down syndrome.
How could I ever forget the sight of a banner held up high to say “We Are Here For Trig”?
He kamed their hair, and washed the bit faces and hands, and keepit them aye as trig and clean as their ain mither could hae dune.
Ballymena is a smart looking place, trig and trim, thriving and well-liking, a place to look upon and live.Ireland as It Is|Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
She was wearing tailor-mades, with a trig hat to match, when she opened the door of her entry hall for Mullinix.From Place to Place|Irvin S. Cobb
Mrs. Lunn fluttered a little on her perch at the sight of him, and then settled herself quietly, as trig and demure as ever.The Life of Nancy|Sarah Orne Jewett
But, under the cool, keen regard of the trig maid, of course he upset the milk.The Quest|Frederik van Eeden