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prissy

pri see

  • s  exaggeratedly proper
  • s  excessively fastidious and easily disgusted

  • He's a prissy, legalistic sort of man who feels that his hope of claiming a corner of the American Dream is being savaged by a crazy lady.
  • She was not prissy she would stick her fingers in the sauce to taste, lick spoons, drop ingredients, and then toss them into the stew pot.
  • He's incarcerated in a tough Army jail commanded by a prissy hard-ass (James Gandolfini) who has never seen combat.
News & Articles

  • LOOKING FOR A HOME: Adoptable pets in the Concho Valley
    PAWS is proud to present Percy, a precious little ball of fur! Percy is a sweet little guy who prefers older children and adults. He is prissy and playful and is sure to find his way into your heart. Want to know more? Call PAWS today!
    June 19, 2013 - The San Angelo Standard-Times
  • No headline - Looking_for_a_Home
    PAWS is proud to present Percy, a precious little ball of fur! Percy is a sweet little guy who prefers older children and adults. He is prissy and playful and is sure to find his way into your heart. Want to know more? Call PAWS today!
    June 19, 2013 - The San Angelo Standard-Times
Quotes

  • Paula Deen in The Miami Herald
    She was getting her hands dirty,Deen said in an interview Friday. "I think they are like us - they like real food, not a bunch of prissy food."
  • Woody Allen in New York Post
    The insurance companies are very prissy and sticky and gave us a hard time,Allen recalled.
  • Joe Scarborough in The Carpetbagger Report
    Later in the show, after NBC political analyst Harold Ford Jr. said that Obama's bowling showed a "humble" and "human" side to him, Scarborough replied, "A very human side? A prissy side."

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