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giglet (GIG-lit) noun, also giglot
A giddy, frolicsome girl.
[From Middle English gigelot.]
"See, the Ravenna giglet, Mistress Ritta." George Henry Boker; Francesca da Rimini; 1853.
"O giglot fortune!--to master Caesar's sword." William Shakespeare; Cymbeline, Act 3, Scene 1.
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Each has his past shut in him like the leaves of a book known to him by heart and his friends can only read the title. -Virginia Woolf, writer (1882-1941)
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