Thesaurus / prink
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Then I am going back to the hotel for an hour's rest and to prink, and afterwards into the Sporting Club at four o'clock.
MR. GREX OF MONTE CARLOE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Many a marriageable maiden who came to view the trousseau went home to prink and blush and watch for the shadchan.
THE PROMISED LANDMARY ANTIN
No stopping to prink at the last moment, no forgetting something when it is too late to go back for it.
A DEAR LITTLE GIRL'S SUMMER HOLIDAYSAMY E. BLANCHARD
I came in here just to remind you to begin to prink before dinner or youd never be ready.
THE CORNER HOUSE GIRLS AMONG THE GYPSIESGRACE BROOKS HILL
What I have to endure, V., waiting while you prink, no tongue can tell.
PEGGYLAURA E. RICHARDS
Maype you prink it back und anchor it off der lighthouse, hey?
ISLE O' DREAMSFREDERICK F. MOORE
Thought I'd tell you so you could prink a little, Henrietta—my goodness!
THE CASTAWAYS OF PETE'S PATCHCARROLL WATSON RANKIN
Only a few minutes would be needed, she declared, in which "to prink a bit."
A SOLDIER'S TRIALCHARLES KING
She at once accepted and went upstairs to get a warm wrap and to prink up, although she wore her best and only dinner-gown.
PAINTED VEILSJAMES HUNEKER
If I took as much time to prink as you do I believe I could fuss myself up to look like something.
THE BACHELORSWILLIAM DANA ORCUTT
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