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bigwig

[big-wig]
noun Informal.
an important person, especially an official: senators and other political bigwigs.

Origin:
1725–35; rhyming compound from phrase big wig, i.e., person important enough to wear such a wig

bigwigged, adjective
bigwiggedness [big-wig-id-nis] , noun
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bigwig (ˈbɪɡˌwɪɡ)
 
n
informal an important person

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bigwig
1731, from big + wig, in ref. to the imposing wigs formerly worn by men of rank or authority.
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