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Definition of "riggle" [rig•gle]

  • The European lancefish. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "riggle" in a sentence
  • "OVER & OUT No matter how much they riggle, the Regime of old men, the Army, US 'Advisors', their Dam has been breached."
  • "MP's do not seem to realise that no matter how they squirm and riggle a sizeable proportion of the "can be bothered" electorate have had enough."
  • "_broyer, "to grind_;" others from _brocader, to cavil or riggle_; others deduce broker from a trader _broken_, and that from the Saxon _broc_,"