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See definition of wigged on Dictionary.com
  • as inchew out
  • as inaggravate

synonyms for wigged

  • bawl out
  • carpet
  • criticize
  • dress down
  • jaw
  • revile
  • tell off
  • tongue-lash
  • vituperate
  • wig
  • yell at
  • bother
  • provoke
  • irritate
  • pester
  • needle
  • nag
  • exasperate
  • get
  • peeve
  • tease
  • dog
  • vex
  • nettle
  • pique
  • bum
  • irk
  • hack
  • gall
  • grate
  • bug
  • pick on
  • wig
  • be at
  • be on the back of
  • drive up the wall
  • get to
  • give a hard time
  • get on one's nerves
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antonyms for wigged

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  • compliment
  • laud
  • praise
  • relieve
  • make happy
  • please
  • help
  • improve
  • alleviate
  • soften
  • mollify
  • gladden
  • appease
  • soothe
  • calm
  • delight
  • aid
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How to use wigged in a sentence

The voice of the central be-wigged figure echoed through the room.
MARJORIE DEAN COLLEGE FRESHMANPAULINE LESTER
"The fellow's done for himself," was the simultaneous verdict of a well-wigged band of brothers.
HEARTMARTIN FARQUHAR TUPPER
Be-wigged, rouged, be-powdered, his dressing-gown gathered about him; like a splendid vision he fades into his bedroom.
THE HARLEQUINADEDION CLAYTON CALTHROP
Dainty colonial dames moved about the stage and curtsied before gallant white-wigged gentlemen.
HELEN IN THE EDITOR'S CHAIRRUTHE S. WHEELER
The hair that was then dark and clustering, has become thin and grizzled—although, what is it to you, whether I am bald or wigged?
THE CRUISE OF THE MIDGE (VOL. II OF 2)MICHAEL SCOTT
In entered a square old gentleman, well-wigged, formal, grave and important.
THE DIARY AND LETTERS OF MADAME D'ARBLAY, VOL. 1 (OF 3)FANNY BURNEY
Everybody present, except the one wigged gentleman who looked at the ceiling, stared at him.
A TALE OF TWO CITIESCHARLES DICKENS
The wigged gentleman sitting opposite, still looking at the ceiling of the court.
A TALE OF TWO CITIESCHARLES DICKENS
Such at least was always the case with him when standing wigged and gowned before a judge.
ORLEY FARMANTHONY TROLLOPE
I thus had the pleasure to see the whole Martinianic nation wigged before I left that country.
NIELS KLIM'S JOURNEY UNDER THE GROUNDBARON LUDVIG HOLBERG
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