Definition of Prigging
1. prig [v] - See also: prig
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prigging
Literary usage of Prigging
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handy-book of Literary Curiosities by William Shepard Walsh (1892)
"... Oh, cnlm, cold, crueller than ice. Why wilfully wage you this war? is All pity purged oui of your breast? Oh, purse-prigging procur.uores, Oh, ..."
2. London life at the police-courts by W H. Watts (1864)
"POETRY AND prigging. BETWEEN poets and prigs, though seemingly "wide as the poles asunder," a strong family likeness exists; and that list of petty-larceny ..."
3. The Criminal Prisons of London, and Scenes of Prison Life by Henry Mayhew, John Binny (1862)
"It's mostly been for prigging," added the young urchin. ... I go out with one boy when I go prigging. I went into the shop with a bit of a old seal to sell, ..."