Definition of Rigling

1. riggald [n -S] - See also: riggald



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rigling

rigidised
rigidises
rigidities
rigidity
rigidity modulus
rigidize
rigidized
rigidizes
rigidly
rigidness
rigidnesses
rigids
rigidulous
rigler sign
riglin
rigling (current term)
riglings
riglins
rigmarole
rigmaroles
rigol
rigoll
rigolls
rigols
rigor
rigor mortis
rigorism
rigorisms
rigorist
rigoristic

Literary usage of Rigling

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1. Japan by Walter G. Dickson, Mayo Williamson Hazeltine (1898)
"... by those who can knead it, and fitted for the reception of any leaven, for good or for evil, which may be mixed with it. The mi rigling of ranks in the ..."

2. Poems on Affairs of State from the Time of Oliver Cromwell to the Abdication (1703)
"... the rigling Peer: when one more grave, That had much lefs of Fool, but more of Knave, Began: Great Sir, ..."

3. Benjamin Franklin in American Thought and Culture, 1790-1990 by Nian-Sheng Huang (1994)
"6' At the same time, Alfred rigling, librarian of the Institute, added that no such diary by Pinckney existed in his institute, the Library of Congress, ..."

4. Benjamin Franklin in American Thought and Culture, 1790-1990 by Nian-Sheng Huang (1994)
"At the same time, Alfred rigling, librarian of the Institute, added that no such diary by Pinckney existed in his institute, the Library of Congress, ..."

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