Words and Phrases
trig

“trig”

Meaning:

dressed neatly; smartly; tidy

In Literature:

Excerpt from Reverend Goliath Ginbottle by Amanda M Ros

“His reverence” looks big
but he never looks trig
with a face like a firebrick
whitish and long

Excerpt from Wake by Samuel Walker

While young anes fair sleek up their hair an’ trig themsets fu’ brawly

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