Priggish

Antonyms of PRIGGISH

Examples of usage:

  1. It was proof of Hiram's great love for the boy that he had no impulse of anger at this display of what seemed to him the most priggish ignorance. "The Second Generation" by David Graham Phillips
  2. I have been so good since Saturday, so when Malcolm said, in his usual prim, priggish voice, " Miss Travers, may I have the pleasure of taking you for a little exercise," I jumped up without consulting Lady Katherine, and went and put my things on, and we started. "Red Hair" by Elinor Glyn
  3. I look to myself presumptuous and priggish in the memory. "Wilfrid Cumbermede" by George MacDonald
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