Definition of 'twigged'
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I tried to get the money off him later, told him she'd changed her mind, but unfortunately he twigged and---" I laughed.GO! (2001)
And now --- to have you bear my child, it's ---' So that was when I twigged, you see.LOSING IT (2001) RESCUING ROSE (2001)
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