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How to use bigs in a sentence

He that borrows and bigs, maks feasts and thigs, drinks an's no dry,—nane o' these three are thrifty.
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Bill Bigs had secured stabling for them; such as it was it answered the purpose.
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"Tell me about this buckjumping show Bigs mentioned," said Jerry.
THE SWEEP WINNERNAT GOULD
Bill Bigs arrived in Melbourne, and consulted with Glen as to what was best to be done.
THE SWEEP WINNERNAT GOULD
Glen was surprised when his share was calculated by Bill Bigs.
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Glen Leigh received a wire from Bill Bigs which fairly astonished him.
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Bill Bigs did not like the look of things; he thought of foul play.
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The grandsire buys, the faither bigs, the son sells, and the grandson thigs.
THE PROVERBS OF SCOTLANDALEXANDER HISLOP
Bill Bigs was the most frequent visitor, and when he rode there, or drove in his buggy, it was seldom empty-handed.
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He was one of the worst characters, and when he went to Boonara even Bill Bigs fought shy of him.
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