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Even the priggish Higher Thought is not allowed to enjoy a sense of superiority.
How the statuesque myth and the priggish myth and the dull and solemn myth melt away before it!
He was selfish and priggish and worse, he was piggish—A regular beast of a brute.
On the contrary, he is what the world calls a good man, and he is an insufferably selfish, priggish bore into the bargain.
He's a bit of a prig—in fact, he's as priggish as he well can be—but he's never done anything but run straight.
There was a particularly impudent and priggish air about his residence.
To be "jolly well even" with him, Mrs. Skaggs did a most priggish thing.
To be "intellectual" or "artistic" or, in their own word, to be "highbrow," is to be priggish and of dubious virtue.
If I seem to have given rather a priggish picture of Arthur, it is a totally erroneous one.
His character is, on the whole, well drawn, and the authors have almost succeeded in making him good without making him priggish.
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