What I have to endure, V., waiting while you prink, no tongue can tell.
Maype you prink it back und anchor it off der lighthouse, hey?
Thought I'd tell you so you could prink a little, Henrietta—my goodness!
Only a few minutes would be needed, she declared, in which "to prink a bit."
In flowers that prink the earth, and stars that gem the skies.
If I took as much time to prink as you do I believe I could fuss myself up to look like something.
In just a minute, brother; shes gone to prink up a bit for the company.
And Polly ran into her own room, to prink also, fearing that her friend might be ashamed of her plain costume.
But they went up to their rooms first to prink and putter as Tom always called it.
The train stopped long enough to give us a chance to prink up a little; and one fellow had the hardihood to go off and get shaved.