nounBritish • informal , • dated
- A severe rebuke: the presenter gave the PM a wiggingMore example sentences
- Grewcock appeared to be lucky to receive only a wigging.
- You said that she probably gives him a wigging now and then: that is particularly apposite when one considers her courtroom persona, from both sides of the bench.
- Neil gets a wigging for non-publication of a favourable review.
More definitions of wiggingDefinition of wigging in:
- The US English dictionary