1. assume a prim appearance;
2. contract one's lips;
3. dress primly
1. affectedly dainty or refined
2. exaggeratedly proper;
You can't tell that joke to her she's much too prim and proper.
Priscilla, you're being altogether too prim and proper.
He wore prim suits with neckties set primly against the collar buttons of his white shirts.
It was a strange conjunction — the prim serious young Queen and the elderly, cynical Whig.
To me he looked to be sixty or seventy and excessively prim.
Those young ladies are much too prim and proper to enjoy such a rude joke.
The Prim Minister made a powerful speech which brought the house down.
Those young ladies are much prim and proper to enjoy a rude joke.
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They mince and prim.
May is always prim and proper.
He is prim and precise in manner.
If I storefront things prim, those women people won't produce interest to these things.
Meg is so prim she won't let me speak to him when we pass.
Don't invite her to the party. She's so prim and proper.
They mince and prim and pout.
With a coordinated skirt, they might seem too prim over matching can be a trap.
He wore prim suits with neckties set primly collar buttons of his white shirts.
She's too prim to enjoy rude jokes!
But for all her modesty and restraint, she was not prim.
She's much too prim and proper to enjoy such a rude joke.
Even Mr. Fleagle stopped two or three times to hold back a small prim smile.
You can't tell her that joke—she's much too prim and proper .
We tend to imagine that the Victorians were very prim and proper.
On her blonde wavy hair, the white hat looked nicely prim.
There is relatively little information about prim, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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