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Wiggin

[ wig-in ]

noun

  1. Kate Douglas, 1856–1923, U.S. writer.


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It took all father and Jim Wiggin and I could do to keep him on the lounge.

"I must ask him about Susan Wiggin," said the Curate's wife.

But Mr. Wiggin was the sort who becomes more insistent against opposition.

"But he's a very elegant and gentlemanly person," objected Miss Wiggin as she warmed the cups.

His senior partner glanced at him sharply, while Miss Wiggin hastily sidestepped into the corridor.

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