Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of figger.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of figger.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Your figgers is 'way off, but your point is well taken.

    JUST MEAT

  • Your figgers is 'way off, but your point is well taken.

    Just Meat

  • Your figgers is 'way off, but your point is well taken.

    "Just Meat"

  • "Your figgers was a few hundred thousand out of the way, maybe, but barrin 'that you was perfectly right."

    The Portygee

  • He also said "figgers," and "I reckon," and "strait" for street, as though he saw a world better than the one she knew.

    Beard

  • Artemus Ward was a traveling showman who went about the country exhibiting a collection of wax "figgers" and whose experiences and reflections were reported in grammar and spelling of a most ingeniously eccentric kind.

    Initial Studies in American Letters

  • Tama Murden: I'd guess, knowing you, your "figgers" are spot-on.

    Hoboken 411

  • Mark, the "figgers," as you put it, are readily available from the CBO.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Tama Murden: I'd guess, knowing you, your "figgers" are spot-on.

    Hoboken 411

  • a traveling showman who went about the country exhibiting a collection of wax "figgers" and whose experiences and reflections were reported in grammar and spelling of a most ingeniously eccentric kind.

    Brief History of English and American Literature

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