The schooner was as newly painted and trig as if fresh from the ways.
Smithers is an ass with the theodolite, and Hedger's 'trig' is rotten.
But, under the cool, keen regard of the trig maid, of course he upset the milk.
Jane was a trig, neat body; small, as the coast girls often are—I wonder why?
Is it possible that I once agonized over this trig little man?
The dinner, which was elaborate, was served by two trig maids.
Mrs. McChesney's trig little suits had cost fifty dollars, and had looked sixty.
She was wearing tailor-mades, with a trig hat to match, when she opened the door of her entry hall for Mullinix.
Miss Hopkins often told her that she was not really stout; she merely had a plump, trig little figure.
What coats of silk and waistcoats of satin, what trig rapiers and flowing wigs and laces and ruffles; and, ah me!