[ wig-ee ]

adjective,wig·gi·er, wig·gi·est.Slang.
  1. crazy or eccentric.

  2. crazed or delirious.

Origin of wiggy

First recorded in 1810–20; wig + -y1

Words Nearby wiggy

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How to use wiggy in a sentence

  • Damn my cousin Townham for a dried-up, wiggy, pratin' little scandalmonger!

    The Dop Doctor | Clotilde Inez Mary Graves
  • "The same to you, Piggy wiggy," said the pancake, and without a word more it began to roll and roll for dear life.

    East O' the Sun and West O' the Moon | Gudrun Thorne-Thomsen
  • Oh, why didn't I tell wiggy to bring me some blueing from the store?

    Uncle Wiggily in the Woods | Howard R. Garis
  • Little B—— (your neighbor of Bond St.) was there, wiggy and smiley, but oh!

    Julia Ward Howe | Laura E. Richards
  • But “wiggy” Devar did not care now whether or not the story told by Cynthia was true.

    Cynthia's Chauffeur | Louis Tracy