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  • adj. not wigged


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un- +‎ wigged


  • Soon, no doubt, judges Mark Ciavarella and Michael Conahan from Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, will be unwigged (or whatever happens to corrupt judges) and find themselves in the hoosegow.

    House Points: Those Pennsylvania judges again

  • When I did a search on HuffPo for "spinal tap unwigged," it asked me "did you mean spinal tap unwiped?"

    Sandy Kaczmarski: Unwigged and Unplugged: Spinal Tap Unwiped

  • This was a finishing stroke to Camusot: Jacques Collin by his air of ease and simplicity had counteracted all the suspicions to which his appearance, unwigged, had given rise.

    Scenes from a Courtesan's Life

  • Nothing but the straightness of his carriage and the arrogant tilt of his unwigged head gave evidence of his identity-he could easily have slipped inside the grounds with one of the parties arriving for the ball, posing as a servant.

    Dragonfly in Amber

  • The stars of cult movie This Is … Spinal Tap are to hit the road "unwigged and unplugged".

    Entertainment - Female First

  • The trio will embark on an acoustic 30-city trek, marking the first time they have ever performed "unwigged and unplugged," as they play songs from Spinal Tap as well as their Folk music alter ego,


  • Guest, McKean and Shearer said they will tour the country soon as themselves -- "unwigged and unplugged." - Local News

  • (AP) - This will be Spinal Tap, unplugged and unwigged.


  • It was very hot in the sun, and I didn’t know when the paparazzi were scheduled for—I didn’t want them to snap me unwigged.

    The Little Lady Agency and the Prince


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