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Wiggin

[wig-in] /ˈwɪg ɪn/
noun
1.
Kate Douglas, 1856–1923, U.S. writer.
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  • Mrs. Wiggin's spelling is somewhat transitional between modern American and British spellings.

    The Village Watch-Tower (AKA Kate Douglas Riggs) Kate Douglas Wiggin
  • This she did, and was soon in the neighborhood of Miss Wiggin.

    Bobs, a Girl Detective Grace May North
  • “There seems to be nothing to do here,” beamingly Miss Wiggin said.

    Bobs, a Girl Detective Grace May North
  • This anxiously from pale, starved-looking little Miss Wiggin.

    Bobs, a Girl Detective Grace May North
  • "I don't know how many she's been used to where she was raised," Wiggin answered.

    The Virginian Owen Wister
  • "I wish you'd let me get your hat ironed, Mr. Tutt," remarked Miss Wiggin.

    Tutt and Mr. Tutt Arthur Train
  • Two days later, the weather still promising well, we decided to camp for a few days on the Upper Wiggin's Fork to hunt.

    A Woman Tenderfoot Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson
  • "There's nothing dishonorable in being an Ethiopian," asserted Miss Wiggin.

    By Advice of Counsel Arthur Train
  • And just then Miss Wiggin passed by with her nose slightly in the air.

    Tutt and Mr. Tutt Arthur Train
  • Wiggin took the boy's arm kindly and walked him along the trail.

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