priggish[ prig ]SEE DEFINITION OF priggish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRIGGISH
Perhaps it is priggish of me, but I feel that if I'm mean in one thing I may be mean in another.
He was deep in a business discussion with his priggish son-in-law.
He was selfish and priggish and worse, he was piggish—A regular beast of a brute.
She watched Paul growing irritable, priggish, and melancholic.
Why, how absurd and priggish and offensive such a course of action would be?
They would say she was mean and priggish, for she might have told Berta as easily as not.
She had boasted of her success; and to be successful was merely to be priggish.
What chance is there for any one with priggish tendencies in a world like ours?
He was not in the least priggish and gave himself no sacerdotal airs.
After all, only priggish people,—the kind of people who lived at Champion Hill.