You can easily see Amanda taking revenge on "prissy" Meredith.
In the first draft of the script she was written more, in my opinion, prissy.
Will someone please buy Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood a few bandaids for their prissy little hurt feelings?
prissy very often called the boys Philip and Percy, to their own unspeakable disgust.
We were going upstairs, prissy and I; the girl had been in bed for an hour.
The woman was, as prissy had assured Abram, “tickled to pieces.”
Would these boys let her keep them in order as Bertie was kept by prissy and Milly?
prissy gave a little scream, threw up her hands, and then ran eagerly to him.
It had77 never occurred to them as possible to keep anything from prissy.
prissy had written him a letter—he fished it out of his pocket and gave it to me to read.
1895, probably Southern U.S. dialect, first attested in Joel Chandler Harris, perhaps an alteration of precise (q.v.), or a merger of prim and sissy [OED]. Related: Prissily; prissiness.
["]Then Mrs Blue Hen rumpled up her feathers and got mad with herself, and went to setting. I reckon that's what you call it. I've heard some call it 'setting' and others 'sitting.' Once, when I was courting, I spoke of a sitting hen, but the young lady said I was too prissy for anything."
"What is prissy?" asked Sweetest Susan.
Mr. Rabbit shut his eyes and scratched his ear. Then he shook his head slowly.
"It's nothing but a girl's word," remarked Mrs. Meadows by way of explanation. "It means that somebody's trying hard to show off."
"I reckon that's so," said Mr. Rabbit, opening his eyes. He appeared to be much relieved.
[Joel Chandler Harris, "Mr. Rabbit at Home"]
Overfastidious; primly censorious: He hasa prissy distaste for heavy shoes (1895+)
: these dogooding prissies
[origin uncertain; perhaps a blend of prim or precise with sissy]