One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘My partner had wanted souvenirs, but somewhat priggishly, I had stopped her.’
- ‘"There's nothing wrong with having a few principles", he insists, priggishly.’
- ‘So the more complex question is not why the markets had reacted so priggishly, but why now?’
- ‘And I used to have my little priggish laugh at the woman who counted her chickens before they were hatched and so forth, and I was convinced that honesty was the best policy, also a little priggishly.’
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