- Kate Douglas,1856–1923, U.S. writer.
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Examples from the Web for wiggin
They were glad when they passed the Inn that Mr. Wiggin or his wife were not in evidence.The Seven Sleuths' Club
“There seems to be nothing to do here,” beamingly Miss Wiggin said.
This she did, and was soon in the neighborhood of Miss Wiggin.
No wonder there were no roses in the wan cheeks of little Miss Wiggin.
This anxiously from pale, starved-looking little Miss Wiggin.