wig[ wig ]SEE DEFINITION OF wig
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WIG
His red slave's wig is thus made a feature in the characterization.
Furniture builder, salon decorator, wig maker, and constructor.
It is so called from a fancied resemblance to a wig on a barber's block.
A little later her wig fell off, and for an instant her head was bald.
The Deemster's wig had been taken off and tossed on to the dressing-table.
Back in his room, Philip resumed his wig and gown and returned to the Court-house.
"My wig and gown to-day, Jemmy," said Philip, and he went out in his robes as Deemster.
Policy is a branch of wisdom, and wisdom they say is in the wig.
I could stake my life upon it she wears a wig, that her complexion is a 'made-up' one.
"If you think of buying a wig, I have one to sell you," said the landlady.