Definition of Prigged

1. prig [v] - See also: prig



Lexicographical Neighbors of Prigged

priestism
priestisms
priestless
priestlier
priestliest
priestlike
priestliness
priestlinesses
priestly
priests
prieve
prieved
prieves
prieving
prig
prigged (current term)
prigger
priggeries
priggers
priggery
prigging
priggings
priggish
priggishly
priggishness
priggishnesses
priggism
priggisms
prigs
prile

Literary usage of Prigged

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Sunday Magazine by Thomas Guthrie, William Garden Blaikie, Benjamin Waugh (1875)
"Depend upon it, she knows who prigged your pot, and won't come nigh ye for a bit for fear you should try to make her peach. Bless yer 'eart, you'll see her ..."

2. Peter Priggins, the College Scout by Joseph Hewlett, Theodore Edward Hook (1841)
"I must say, in a parenthesis, that I think Byron prigged the ideas from the passage alluded to above in his " Don Juan"—I mean in the letter of Donna Julia, ..."

3. Handy-book of Literary Curiosities by William Shepard Walsh (1892)
"The roll of book-thieves, if it included all those who have prigged without detection or who have borrowed without returning, would doubtless include the ..."

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