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  • I figged dat nawt so bad, at dat rate i wud git mai sekkund wun wen I wuz fifty-tew…..

    Once he was - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Don Quixote dismounted and received them with a close embrace; and the boys, who are lynxes that nothing escapes, spied out the ass's mitre and came running to see it, calling out to one another, "Come here, boys, and see Sancho Panza's ass figged out finer than Mingo, and Don Quixote's beast leaner than ever."

    Don Quixote

  • When you've been pressed into service as "sergeant-general" of the Malagassy army, or forced to convoy a bog-trotting idiot figged up as Sinbad the Sailor through an enemy army, or dragooned into impersonating a poxed-up Danish prince - why, what's a slave rebellion more or less?

    Flashman and the angel of the lord

  • I'll never forget sneaking out of Lucknow with T.H. Kavanaugh during the siege; * (* See Flashman in the Great Game.) he was a great Irish murphy without sense or a word of H.ndi, figged out like the worst kind of pantomime pasha with the lamp-black fairly running off his fat red cheeks, and cursing in Tipperary the whole way - and not a mutineer gave him a second look, hardly.

    Flashman and the Mountain of Light

  • So I figged up, and when I regarded myself in Skene's cracked mirror - blue tunic and breeches, gold belt and epaulettes, white gauntlets and helmet, well-bristled whiskers, and Flashy's stalwart fourteen stone inside it all, it wasn't half bad.

    Flashman In The Great Game

  • So I figged up, and when I regarded myself in Skene's cracked mirror — blue tunic and breeches, gold belt and epaulettes, white gauntlets and helmet, well-bristled whiskers, and Flashy's stalwart fourteen stone inside it all, it wasn't half bad.

    Flashman In The Great Game

  • They are not dirty by chance or accident -- say twice or thrice per diem -- but they are always dirty -- at all times and in all places -- and never and nowhere more disgustingly so than when figged out for going to church.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 10, No. 277, October 13, 1827

  • Finding him to-night figged out, prepared to move Address, reminded him of the incident.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 103, August 20, 1892

  • _ (He thrusts out a figged fist and foul cigar) _ Here, kiss that.

    Ulysses

  • Sich lovely mate-pize and figged keakes, and cider, and drops o 'cordial that they do keep here!'

    A Pair of Blue Eyes

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