I couldn't go and change when I came back with the wire, as Crabtree would then have twigged that I'd been out in the rain.
We will say you had done the trick, and that I had twigged you.
I twigged them, yer vorchip, at once; for he's von of the swell mob, and she no better than she ought to be.
It happened, however, that I twigged this scheme about two hours ago.
Then he twigged, and, hastily knocking Bill down, he boarded the train with Amelia.
I twigged it pretty sharp, and so did Trim, and there was a regular stampede.
I kept out of sight while the Captain was taking stock, knowing he'd send me back if he twigged me.
My sisters used to be there, so I twigged at once that you were Brackenfielders.
I twigged his face when Buller stood up, and he looked as vexed as possible.
But before you were half across the ring I twigged your game.
Old English twigge, from Proto-Germanic *twigan (cf. Middle Dutch twijch, Dutch twijg, Old High German zwig, German Zweig "branch, twig"), from the root of twi- (see twin), here meaning "forked" (as in Old English twisel "fork, point of division").