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Definition of Wigged

Wigged
Wigged Wigged, a. Having the head covered with a wig; wearing a wig.
Wigged
Wig Wig, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Wigged; p. pr. & vb. n. Wigging.] To censure or rebuke; to hold up to reprobation; to scold. [Slang]
Wigg
Wigg Wigg, Wig Wig, n. [Cf. D. wegge a sort of bread, G. weck, orig., a wedge-shaped loaf or cake. See Wedge.] A kind of raised seedcake. ``Wiggs and ale.' --Pepys.

Meaning of Wigged from wikipedia

- Crutching a sheep that has been wigged (eye-wooled)....
- Crutching a sheep that has been wigged (eye-wooled)....
- first-time director Gillian Greene’s comedy leans too heavily on the badly wigged Kranz, whose whiny and obsessive mannerisms make you wonder why Reed’s character...
- his artwork covering the clothing which was most famously worn by a pink-wigged Madonna for a performance of her song "Like a Virgin" on the British pop-music...
- Rides Again Sock Monkey Goes to Hollywood: A Star is Bathed Itty Bitty Bee-Wigged Rabbit and Robot: The Sleepover "Cece Bell: How I made 'El Deafo' in pictures"...
- contend with a romantic dalliance between Joe and his equally eccentric, wigged-out "nurse" S****y (Barkin). The struggle to balance familial duties with...
- it a "prog-rock pocket operetta" and said the song's "reign as a work of wigged-out genius rather than a dated gimmick testifies to its go-for-broke attitude—one...
- something's wrong, but chalks it up to jitters. On the wedding day, Big, still wigged out by Miranda's words at the rehearsal dinner, tries to call Carrie again...
- 18, 2010. Scott, Vernon (August 26, 1992). "Rip Taylor, the carefree, be-wigged and maniacal confetti-tossing comedian". Retrieved September 23, 2016. Erickson...
- have been introduced by the actor François-Joseph Talma, who upstaged his wigged co-actors when appearing in productions of works such as Voltaire's Brutus...
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