Definition of priggery in English:

priggery

noun

  • See prig

    • ‘Not to be taken as priggery but I felt that I told the real story of the Blue Stream to many establishment and organizations.’
    • ‘Close up, the music was so loud it actually hurt my ears; people always accuse me of priggery when I complain about this, but I think it's a different kind of priggery to pretend not to notice.’
    • ‘No doubt priggery is a horrid thing, and the more moral the horrider.’

Pronunciation

priggery

/ˈprɪɡəri/