wiggery


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Wiggery \Wig"ger*y\, n.
   1. A wig or wigs; false hair. [R.] --A. Trollope.
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   2. Any cover or screen, as red-tapism. [R.]
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            Fire peels the wiggeries away from them [facts.]
                                                  --Carlyle.
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