Antonyms for gigs

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The most of the money spent in policy is on "gigs" and "combinations."

Jones took command of the long-boat, and I was in one of the gigs.

We ran almost alongside, when I was ordered to board her with one of the gigs.

Let the gigs be all dressed and cleaned, and the boat manned at six bells.

London panted gaping and the gigs flew with the meat to fill it.

Gig bits, however, should not be used with other traps than gigs.

They fished in the night with lights, and struck the fish with gigs or spears.

Most were travelling on horseback; some in gigs, and some in light spring-carts.

"A water-kelpie," murmured another of the Captain's gigs, a Scotchman.

Where are the gigs now, then the attribute of respectability?