prig

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To haggle or argue over price
A person who demonstrates an exaggerated conformity or propriety, especially in an irritatingly arrogant or smug manner
A petty thief or pickpocket
A conceited dandy; a fop
{v} to steal, haggle
{n} a conceited fellow
disapproval If you call someone a prig, you disapprove of them because they behave in a very moral way and disapprove of other people's behaviour as though they are superior. someone who behaves in a morally good way and shows that they disapprove of the way other people behave - used to show disapproval (Probably from prig (17-19 centuries), perhaps from prig (16-19 centuries))
To filch or steal; as, to prig a handkerchief
To cheapen
To haggle about the price of a commodity; to bargain hard
{i} meticulous or strict person; pedant, one who concerns himself with trivial details; arrogant person; prissy person, preener
A thief; a filcher
A pert, conceited, pragmatical fellow
a person regarded as arrogant and annoying
priggish
conceited
priggish
{a} pert, conceited, pragmatical, saucy
priggish
disapproval If you describe someone as priggish, you think that they are a prig
priggish
{s} meticulous, strict; pedantic, overly concerned with trivial details; arrogant, conceited; prissy, overly concerned with one's appearance
priggish
exaggeratedly proper; "my straitlaced Aunt Anna doesn't approve of my miniskirts
priggish
exaggeratedly proper; "my straitlaced Aunt Anna doesn't approve of my miniskirts"
priggish
Like a prig; conceited; pragmatical
priggishly
in a priggish manner; "this professor acts so priggishly--like a moderator with a gavel!"
priggishly
meticulously, strictly; arrogantly, conceitedly; pedantically, in a petty manner; in the manner of being overly concerned with one's appearance
priggishly
in a priggish manner; "this professor acts so priggishly--like a moderator with a gavel!
priggishness
exaggerated and arrogant properness
priggishness
The state or quality of being priggish
priggishness
{i} meticulousness. strictness; pedanticalness, pettiness; conceit, arrogance; primness, state of being overly concerned with one's appearance
priggishness
priggery
prigs
plural of prig
prig
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