Definition of trig :
1. A stone, block of wood, or anything else, placed under a wheel or barrel to prevent motion; a scotch; a skid.
2. Full; also, trim; neat.
3. To fill; to stuff; to cram.
4. To stop, as a wheel, by placing something under it; to scotch; to skid.
style, order, tight, with-it, spare, taut, usual, fashionable, clear-cut, mod, orderly, groom, trim, well-kept, swish, slick up, posh, sharp, spick-and-span, modish, snug, in, swank, tony, clean-cut, snappy, trendy, smart, classy, shipshape, trigonometry, spruce, tidy, stylish, clear, tailored, neat, chic, dashing, swanky, well-groomed, clean
- Mrs. McChesney's trig little suits had cost fifty dollars, and had looked sixty. - "Fanny Herself", Edna Ferber.
- The trig little sail- boat turned out to be a respectable yacht, steam, at that. - "The Stolen Singer", Martha Idell Fletcher Bellinger.
- Despite her age and infirmity, she was still a trig little body, with snow- white hair waved about a kind old wrinkled face and dim soft eyes, that filled with tears at " Danny's" boyish hug and kiss. - "Killykinick", Mary T. Waggaman.