Big-wigged

Big´-wigged`


a.1.characterized by pomposity of manner.
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Towards nightfall comes the chariot of a physician, and deposits its big-wigged and solemn burden at Wakefield's door, whence, after a quarter of an hour's visit, he emerges, perchance the herald of a funeral.
My Afro was bigger and better back in the day than this one,'' joked a big-wigged Byron Allen as disco fever swept into Century City last weekend, for Nancy Davis' Race to Erase MS.