Definition of Rigout

1. Noun. A person's costume (especially if bizarre). "What a queer rigout!"

Generic synonyms: Costume
Derivative terms: Rig Out



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rigout

rigorize
rigorized
rigorizes
rigorizing
rigorous
rigorously
rigorousness
rigorousnesses
rigors
rigour
rigour mortis
rigourous
rigourously
rigourousness
rigours
rigout (current term)
rigs
rigsdaler
rigsdalers
rijstafel
rijstafels
rijstaffel
rijsttafel
rijsttafels
rijsttaffel
rika
rike
rikisha
rikishas
rikishi

Literary usage of Rigout

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1. The Contemporary Review (1867)
"Great lawyers and statesmen had never been wanting,—men of the class which De Thou, Pithou, Du Puya, rigout, ..."

2. A Treatise on Medical Jurisprudence by Francis Wharton, Moreton Stillé (1860)
"M. rigout has detected chloroform in blood by passing a current of air through the blood heated to from 100° to 120° F., and then conveying it into a limpid ..."

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