I hope I am not a prig, and, whatever I am or am not, priggishness had no part in my feelings then.
Religion, indigestion, priggishness, or discontent may drape the panes.
She had been proud of her virtue; and virtue, again, was only an equivalent for priggishness.
The priggishness of this pleased him, and would probably amuse her.
It is an atmosphere impregnated with priggishness and a sense of superiority.
My priggishness—talking so much about Truth and then—the things I do.
Just a touch of priggishness here; but remember, Henry was young.
It was not a rebuke for priggishness; it was the unpresentable statement of a fact.
He found that perplexing suspicion of priggishness affecting him again.
He was forcing me into an attitude of priggishness which I regretted.