Definition of Renigs
1. renig [v] - See also: renig
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Renigs
Literary usage of Renigs
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Bookman (1900)
"Ef a feller hain't got nothin', he wants what some other feller has got, an' pays a lawyer ter help him git it, an' the lawyer never renigs. ..."
2. E.H. Harriman: A Biography by George Kennan (1922)
"... and his delight in its use with a human being as its target, I replied: "The General Superintendent of the Union Pacific Railroad renigs. ..."
3. Two Sides of the Atlantic: Notes of an Anglo-American Newspaperman by Hamil Grant (1917)
"AFTER A FEVERISH COURTSHIP IN THE DOG-DAYS LOTHARIO renigs IN THE FALL. HIGH-PRESSURE WOOING OF A BROOKLYN LASS. " I AM STILL STUCK ON JOHNNIE ..."
4. "Sure;": New "Chimmie Fadden" Stories by Edward Waterman Townsend (1904)
"But I never renigs on Mr. Paul; he's a sporty lad, himself, and so what he says goes wit me. Did you ever get close to one of dose machines ? No ? Don't! ..."