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You are not as prudish as that, and if you were, you know I have done it a hundred times; that would be too ridiculous, Dan!
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
Had her beautiful prudish rival possessed less virtue and more wit Lady Castlemaine's star would have set long before it did.
But if naturally prudish, La Belle Stuart made full use of the profit to be derived from such moral infirmity.
Indeed, he was always laughing at my mother and me for our prudish ways; and my not marrying was always a joke between us.
It is not best to be "prudish," but it is right and necessary to be cautious and discreet.
A poetic nemesis befalls the prudish mother, for the child surrenders all unwitting to the ardour of Melchior.
MODERNITIESHORACE BARNETT SAMUEL
It will be objected that we are only more prudish, no better at the bottom.
A tiny bit of arid garden in front gave it a prudish air of withdrawing from the life and traffic of the thoroughfare.
While Miss Rawlins came with a prudish God forbid that virtue should be owing to education only!
CLARISSA, VOLUME 5 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
The prudish youngster lowered his eyes and blushed till his ears tingled.

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