Define priggish


Define priggish


Words that describe people, places, things, and ideas are called 'adjectives.' In other words, adjectives describe nouns. As with other types of words, some adjectives are not heard as frequently as others and may not be familiar to you.

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The word 'priggish' is an adjective that refers to someone who is behaving like a 'prig.' A prig is a person who is annoying and self-righteous...

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Chapter 3 / Lesson 13

Adjectives and adverbs are modifiers used in writing sentences to enhance descriptions of nouns. Review the guidelines for adjectives, adverbs, and modifiers, and tackle some practice questions to help prepare for their college admittance exam.

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