Definition of Nigglings

1. niggling [n] - See also: niggling



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nigglings

niggers
niggers in the woodpile
niggery
niggies
niggish
niggle
niggled
niggler
nigglers
niggles
nigglier
niggliest
niggliite
niggling
nigglingly
nigglings (current term)
niggly
niggy
nigh
nigh(a)
nighed
nighen
nigher
nighest
nighing
nighly
nighness
nighnesses
nighs
nighsome

Literary usage of Nigglings

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1. The Earlier Renaissance by George Saintsbury (1901)
"... and nigglings of philological pedants. His hatreds—of the French, who were the curse of Italy throughout his life ; of the monks, his sojourn with whom ..."

2. We; a Confession of Faith for the American People During and After the War by Gerald Stanley Lee (1916)
"... it is impossible not to sweep one side mere intellectual theories and personal objections, and little temperamental nigglings when I think of him, ..."

3. We; a Confession of Faith for the American People During and After the War by Gerald Stanley Lee (1916)
"... it is impossible not to sweep one side mere intellectual theories and personal objections, and little temperamental nigglings when I think of him, ..."

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