it was amazing that Graham hadn't twigged before
nine days now since my eyes have twigged any terra firma
A slender woody shoot growing from a branch or stem of a tree or shrub
A small branch of a blood vessel or nerve
branchlet: a small branch or division of a branch (especially a terminal division); usually applied to branches of the current or preceding year
branch out in a twiglike manner; "The lightning bolt twigged in several directions"
catch on: understand, usually after some initial difficulty; "She didn't know what her classmates were plotting but finally caught on"
A twig is a small thin terminal branch of a woody plant. Twigs are critically important in identification of trees, shrubs and vines, especially in wintertime. The buds on the twig are an important diagnostic characteristic, as are the abscission scars where the leaves have fallen away. ...
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Twig (ISBN 1-930900-05-8) is a 1942 book by Elizabeth Orton Jones. It features Twig, a little girl who turns a tomato can into a house for fairies.
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(Twigs (play)) Twigs is a play by George Furth, with incidental music by Stephen Sondheim.
A small thin branch of a tree or bush; To realise something; to 'catch on'
(Twigs) adapted from Woody Plants of the Blue Ridge by Ron Lance. Used by permission.
Twigs are brown or grayish, 1-2.5 mm diameter, glabrous or densely covered with short grayish or yellowish hairs, that are lost with age. Buds are dark red-brown, somewhat spherical, about 2 mm long, and sparsely pubescent.
To take a liking to, as in, "One particular deva twigged to the idea of interfering with the Blood War."
a young shoot of the past season.
In woody plants, a terminal stem segment, produced during the current or most recent growth period.
A small branch on a tree or shrub that is connected to a larger branch. Leaves, flowers, and fruits grow from buds on a twig. Most trees and shrubs can be identified by thier twigs, especially in Winter.
Refers to the arm as used in a technique
perceive; understand; notice; finally, suddenly grasp the meaning of: e.g., He hasn't twigged to the surprise party we have planned for him.
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A small store operated by a department store that carries only a very limited amount of merchandise, usually focusing on a few related items.
v. To catch on; realise that something is up. Used in a context like "Bob just poured the contents of the ashtray into Fred's pint but he's so pissed I doubt he'll twig".
Handsome; stylish. The cove is togged in twig; the fellow is dressed in the fashion.
an acolyte of the Inner City temple complex.
The twigs that come out are short and grayish-brown. 
The small group meetings in The Way usually between 5 to 15 people. In the Way Corps, Twigs were usually around 8 people. The term, “Twig,” was dropped in the 90s and was replaced with “Household Fellowship” or simply “Fellowship.” See “Way Tree.”