Definition of Miggs

1. migg [n] - See also: migg



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Miggs

mifepristones
miff
miffed
miffier
miffiest
miffily
miffiness
miffinesses
miffing
miffs
miffy
mifty
migg
miggle
miggles
miggs (current term)
might
might've
might-be
might-have-been
might and main
might can
might could
might makes right
might of
might should
mighta
mightand
mighte
mightened

Literary usage of Miggs

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1. Master Humphrey's Clock by Charles Dickens (1841)
"from Joe to miggs, with his eyebrows still elevated and his mouth still open ; when his eyes got back to miggs, they rested on her; fascinated. ..."

2. The Life and Reminiscences of E. L. Blanchard by Edward L. Blanchard, Drinkwater Meadows (1891)
"Miss miggs was made a "Yankee girl," and as such was a success so far as the acting was concerned. Mrs. Henry Vining was Mrs. Rudge ; Katherine Rodgers, ..."

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