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[wig-uh lz-wurth] /ˈwɪg əlzˌwɜrθ/
Michael, 1631–1705, U.S. theologian and author, born in England. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Mr. Wigglesworth's voice grew tremulous at the remembrance of that maternal solicitude.

    To Him That Hath Ralph Connor
  • "That will do, Wigglesworth," said Mr. Maitland, holding up his hand.

    To Him That Hath Ralph Connor
  • The first is that Wigglesworth wrote it consciously as a teacher and preacher and not as a poet.

  • "They're knockin' my boy abaht, so they be," exclaimed Mr. Wigglesworth.

    To Him That Hath Ralph Connor
  • None the less she opened the door to Mr. Wigglesworth with dignified courtesy.

    To Him That Hath Ralph Connor
  • "Hold on, Wigglesworth," said Captain Jack quietly, catching his arm.

    To Him That Hath Ralph Connor
  • The last time I saw Wigglesworth he was up at the club one day with Buskirk.

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