She put her clothes on again and prinked as much as she could.
Charity nodded and prinked a little and went down-stairs into Jim's arms.
The girls whispered and prinked, and exchanged confidences with self-conscious airs.
Cochrane led the horses into the little park which prinked the centre of the enclosure, and the young men ascended the steps.
The recipient fluttered and prinked, and baited another hook; and Ida stole a look at Charley.
I prinked a little myself, following out Auntie May's directions.
Mr. Gallivant slid into his overcoat, prinked up his scarlet tie, and walked breezily into Wall Street.
When you girls have prinked enough,” Mr. Packard said merrily, “follow the scent of the coffee and you will find the rest of us.
She prinked and preened herself just as industriously as she conned her morocco-bound books of devotion.
Was there time to make herself look otherwise, and who was there to be pleased when she was all prinked out?