- n. 一本正經的人；自命不凡者；道學先生；<俚>小偷
- v. 偷
- He had been railed against by them as a prig and a poseur.
- Charles thinks he's better than the rest of us, the self-righteous prig!
- The transition from libertine to prig was so complete.
- If one wishes to be a prig or a Puritan, one can flaunt one's moral views about them.
- She said, "That Flora tries to take you on the prig again, you tell me-will you?"
He was no prig, but liked a laugh.出自： P. H. Gibbs
Isabel is such a prig that she values her chastity more than her brother.出自：Guardian
Perhaps I'm a prig.., but it'd be too much like taking a salary and not doing any work.出自： C. Forbes