Origin of trig1
Words nearby trig
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Origin of trig2
OTHER WORDS FROM trigtrigness, noun
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How to use trig in a sentence
“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.
The media frenzy around them was astonishing—they were rock stars, from Bristol and Levi down to little Trig.
How could I ever forget the sight of a banner held up high to say “We Are Here For Trig”?
Has Senator McCain simply forgotten that Calculus Algebra Trig has Down Syndrome?
Jane was a trig, neat body; small, as the coast girls often are—I wonder why?A Singular Life|Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
Harry and Seth made everything trig and came in last, leaving the cat-boat at anchor far out.Betty Leicester|Sarah Orne Jewett
The trig little sail-boat turned out to be a respectable yacht, steam, at that.The Stolen Singer|Martha Idell Fletcher Bellinger
Trig′amist, one who marries three wives; Trig′amy, the state of having three husbands or wives at the same time.
Trigla, trig′la, n. the typical genus of Triglid, the gurnards.