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English words containing rigger:

Outrigger

ˈaʊtrɪɡə

Meanings of Outrigger:

noun

A beam, spar, or framework projecting from or over a boat's side.

Usage examples:

To reduce windage, powerboat owners should lower antennas and outriggers.

Meanings of Outriggered:

adjective

Fitted with an outrigger; outrigged.

Meanings of Outriggerless:

adjective

Having no outrigger.

Outriggers

ˈaʊtrɪɡə

Meanings of Outriggers:

noun

A beam, spar, or framework projecting from or over a boat's side.

Usage examples:

To reduce windage, powerboat owners should lower antennas and outriggers.

Meanings of Prigger:

noun

A thief.

Rigger

ˈrɪɡ.ər

Meanings of Rigger:

noun

A ship rigged in a particular way.

Usage examples:

A square-rigger

Meanings of Riggers:

noun

A ship rigged in a particular way.

Usage examples:

A square-rigger

Meanings of Sprigger:

noun

A person who decorates something with a sprig or sprigs; especially a person (typically a woman) employed to embroider or embellish fabric, garments, etc., with designs or motifs resembling sprigs of foliage, flowers, etc. now chiefly historical.

Meanings of Trigger:

noun

A small device that releases a spring or catch and so sets off a mechanism, especially in order to fire a gun.

Usage examples:

He pulled the trigger of the shotgun
verb

Cause (a device) to function.

Usage examples:

Burglars fled empty-handed after triggering the alarm

Triggered

ˈtrɪɡ.əd

Meanings of Triggered:

adjective

(of a mechanism) activated by a trigger.

Usage examples:

A triggered alarm
verb

Cause (a device) to function.

Usage examples:

Burglars fled empty-handed after triggering the alarm

Meanings of Triggerfish:

noun

A marine fish occurring chiefly in tropical inshore waters. it has a large stout dorsal spine which can be erected and locked into place, allowing the fish to wedge itself into crevices.

Usage examples:

In marine areas, species concentrations are highest around coral reefs, where butterflyfishes and a…

Triggerfishes

ˈtrɪɡəfɪʃ

Meanings of Triggerfishes:

noun

A marine fish occurring chiefly in tropical inshore waters. it has a large stout dorsal spine which can be erected and locked into place, allowing the fish to wedge itself into crevices.

Usage examples:

In marine areas, species concentrations are highest around coral reefs, where butterflyfishes and a…

Triggering

ˈtrɪɡ.ər.ɪŋ

Meanings of Triggering:

adjective

(of an event, circumstance, etc.) causing a particular action, process, or situation to happen.

Usage examples:

People who blush too much frequently blush arbitrarily, with no obvious triggering event
verb

Cause (a device) to function.

Usage examples:

Burglars fled empty-handed after triggering the alarm

Meanings of Triggers:

noun

A small device that releases a spring or catch and so sets off a mechanism, especially in order to fire a gun.

Usage examples:

He pulled the trigger of the shotgun
verb

Cause (a device) to function.

Usage examples:

Burglars fled empty-handed after triggering the alarm

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