Antonyms for wigging

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"He has been getting a wigging and no mistake," one said to another.

Just now she was getting rather a wigging, but she was remarkably calm.

“By Jupiter, what a wigging I shall get,” whispered Dicky, in a terrible funk.

Yes; and the Major had you up to give you a wigging, as you call it, only yesterday.

As soon as I glanced at it I saw that I was in for a wigging.

To-day Ive had a wigging for you before the whole of my company.

The pal of the red-headed lad is going to get a wigging now.

If you ever needed a wigging or any other punishment Id give it to you.

Either we won't be alive to bear the wigging, or else we'll be tails up.

It saved me a wigging from Mother, for she always wants us all to keep together.