Wiggin


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Wig·gin

 (wĭg′ĭn), Kate Douglas Smith 1856-1923.
American writer of children's books, including Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1903).
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Wig•gin

(ˈwɪg ɪn)

n.
Kate Douglas, 1856–1923, U.S. writer.
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That wire was to my dirty little lieutenant, Wiggins, and I expect that he and his gang will be with us before we have finished our breakfast."
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