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Definition of "wigging" []

  • Present participle of wig. (verb)
  • The action of the verb to wig. (noun)
  • A telling-off or reprimand. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "wigging" in a sentence
  • "If I was going to face a good wigging from the chaps at the village pub, it would need to be for more than a few Hollywood babes lounging around a pool looking bored with their fake tans*"
  • "It does not take membership of the Euro for a nation state to achieve financial prudence - simple self-discipline on the part of its Finance Minister will do that - but getting a public wigging from the EU's Economics Affairs Commissioner is something which most governments would doubtless avoid, though it is well known that the EU will never take any really painful action against one of the big boys."
  • "It was about your conduct generally, and I had made up my mind to have you here and give you what you would call a wigging, Archie -- eh?"