n. A small wig
Usage examples of "wiglet".
Wally Wiglet being part of a clever plan, sarge, on account of him not being much of a thinker, sir.
Wiglet and Scutts jumped down as soon as the wagon was in the yard and dragged the gates across.
It was one thing to have a go at faceless bastards in uniform, but quite another to throw stones at old Fred Colon or old Waddy or old Billy Wiglet, who you'd known since you were two years old and played Dead Rat Conkers with in the gutter.
Their hair was upswept, augmented with wiglets, and crowned with huge mushroom-shaped straw hats gussied up with ribbons and masses of pink and white flowers.