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Origin of prig1
OTHER WORDS FROM prigpriggish, adjectiveprig·gish·ly, adverbprig·gish·ness, nounun·prig·gish, adjective
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Definition for prig (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), prigged, prig·ging.
verb (used without object), prigged, prig·ging.
Origin of prig2
Example sentences from the Web for prig
You haven't a book o' no sort with you that we could prig a little po'try from?'Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour|R. S. Surtees
He became a prig in the less harmful and more offensive sense.A Book of Scoundrels|Charles Whibley
A prig is a stuck-up silly creature, and a prude is always thinking everything wicked.The Maidens' Lodge|Emily Sarah Holt
Prig misunderstood their anxiety, and supposing they were setting her on the rabbit, joined in the hunt.Happy Days for Boys and Girls|Various
In the apartment which adjoined the chamber he discovered little 'Jack the Prig,' fast asleep in bed.City Crimes|Greenhorn