from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • intransitive verb (Mining), Prov. Eng. Same as sicker.


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  • * I think they must have missed the zigger murder, the stealing of the storm, the flood and near drowning, a father's abuse of his young son, the marriage proposal and its rejection...all of which happened in the first 100 pages!

    The Last Stormlord...

  • Glenda, whatever you do don't let them drop the jasper into the zigger water...

    Don't Forget the Dog!

  • "But the Redduner left his zigger cage on the pede..." may be a crucial incident in the tale, but it is going to mean absolutely nothing to anyone out of context.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • If it hadn't been for that my snickersee would have gone zigger-zagging down through the dark black water disturbing the little jellyfish and lighting the way for a snip, snap, swallow, all's fish that comes to their net style, to go inside some shark.

    Fitz the Filibuster

  • "That was better, but it was a tight job going all round a corner like a zigger-me-zag, as you calls it, or a furnace chimney; and as I scrouged down with my eyes shut, and the sand and stones scuttling down after me,

    Brownsmith's Boy A Romance in a Garden


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