wig

Part of speech: adjective

Wigged.

Part of speech: noun

A covering of false hair closely fitting the head.

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Usage examples "wig":

  1. He hung his wig on a bush while he fought. - "See America First", Orville O. Hiestand.
  2. The man handed him the wig, and as soon as the doctor put it on, he said to the messenger,- " This article has been bought and delivered; if you dare to touch it, I will prosecute you for robbery." - "Curiosities of Impecuniosity", H. G. Somerville.
  3. The morning that I am telling about, he was not yet up, as it was very early; and the wig was hanging on the nail, as I have told you. - "Aunt Fanny's Story-Book for Little Boys and Girls", Frances Elizabeth Barrow.