gigmanity

gigmanity

(ɡɪɡˈmænɪtɪ)
n
the state or quality of being a gigman
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Carlyle's dislike of gigs is expressed in satiric mode in The Diamond Necklace (1833), in which he uses what he revealingly calls Jeanne de Saint-Remi's "Gigmanity" to characterize her as "one of the saddest, pitiable, unpitied predicaments of a man" (63).