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- (for a trial, election, or competition) pre-arranged and fixed so that the winner or outcome is decided in advance
- There was a vicious rumour that the final was rigged, as the defense seemed useless.
- (nautical, typically not comparable) Having the rigging up
- We were ready to embark upon our journey now the vessel was rigged.
- simple past tense and past participle of