Definition of Biggety
1. biggity [adj] - See also: biggity
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biggety
bigger fish to fry
biggety (current term)
Literary usage of Biggety
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Hindered Hand: Or, The Reign of the Repressionist by Sutton E[lbert] Griggs (1905)
"I've put out of the way every biggety nigger that you sent me after. You know all this." "You've been paid for it, too. Ain't you been to the legislature? ..."
2. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1896)
"... whose piebald tail is flipping up and down, to ''dat biggety ole rooster" as he leads his family across the lot—all have a language in ..."
3. The Soul of John Brown by Stephen Graham (1920)
"... they's got so biggety since the war," said a white woman at Shady dale. "Las' year we white people jus' had to pick the cotton ..."
4. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1896)
"A man from St. Louis whose initials are TE strutted in one day with a biggety " I know-it-all" sort of an air. He wore no badge. " It was not worth while to ..."
5. Who Won the War?: Letters and Notes of an M.P. in Dixie, England, France and by Edwin James Tippett (1920)
"The coons are feeling mighty biggety since donning the uniform. It will mean trouble after the war. (Letter) Camp Upton, June 23, ..."