Definition of Primping

1. Noun. Careful or finicky grooming. "The primping alone took more than an hour"

Generic synonyms: Dressing, Grooming
Derivative terms: Primp



Definition of Primping

1. Verb. (present participle of primp) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Primping

1. primp [v] - See also: primp

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Primping

primordiality
primordially
primordian
primordians
primordiate
primordium
primorial
primorials
primos
primosome
primosomes
primp
primped
primper
primpers
primping (current term)
primpingly
primps
primrose
primrose family
primrose jasmine
primrose paths
primrosed
primroselike
primroses
primrosy
prims
primsie
primsier

Literary usage of Primping

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1. Annual Report (1902)
"... primping at thiĀ« point would affect the output from the tunnel above described bat intermittent draft to supplement the usual supply during healed term* ..."

2. Proceedings (1891)
"of primping the water out of the surrounding strata. There are six stations upon the line, which is worked hy electricity generated at the depot. ..."

3. Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads by John Avery Lomax (1918)
"... He likes to be called with a handle to his name. He's always primping with a pocket looking-glass, From the top to the bottom he's a bold Jackass. ..."

4. Cowboy Songs, and Other Frontier Ballads by John Avery Lomax (1916)
"... He likes to be called with a handle to his name. He's always primping with a pocket looking-glass, From the top to the bottom he's a bold Jackass. ..."

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