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Tiggerish

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Definition of Tiggerish in English:

adjective

British
Very lively, energetic, and cheerful: his Tiggerish enthusiasm
More example sentences
  • I woke up feeling remarkably perky and Tiggerish.
  • Appearing at the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, Byrne will hopefully give free rein to his Tiggerish hyperactive bursts that usually result in improvisational gold dust.
  • McKeith is Tiggerish, and quite warm, in a steely kind of way.

Origin

from Tigger, a tiger in A. A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh, characterized by his vitality.

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