tigger


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tigger

(ˈtɪɡə)
vb
to damage (electronic equipment) beyond repair, esp as a result of tinkering
[C21: perhaps after the character Tigger, created by A A Milne]
ˈtiggered adj
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Alice Hudson had been playing with her 'best pal' Tigger, who she affectionately calls her 'brother', and threw him a catnip ball earlier this month.
Involved in a right race for the title, Mairs separated himself from his rivals by capturing race one with favourite Tigger the Tiger, race three with another favourite Candy Con and race four with punters' choice Maxi's Taxi.
A Long Island family whose nanny stole their ailing cat to spare it from being put down are demanding Tigger back - despite court documents revealing they still intend to euthanise it.
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Stuffed teddy Tigger, who appeared on the cover of 1996 debut album Tigermilk has had more than 70 bids - despite "wear and tear" around the neck.
Matt, of Brundall, Norfolk, had been searching for pet kitty Tigger, who went missing earlier this week.
Tigger, 13, was found inFelthamwith the trap's metal jaws around his leg as he tried desperately to jump over a garden fence to get home.
Charmingly written by Cheryl Gillespie and appealing illustrated by Michael LeBlanc, "Tigger And Jasper's New Home" is the heart warming picture book story of two kittens who through amusing happenings in their new home soon learn that Christie, their guardian, is blind.
Dear PDSA Vet, I have a very nervous 17-year-old cat called Tigger, sadly his brother died in January this year.