Definition of Primps

1. Verb. (third-person singular of primp) ¹



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Definition of Primps

1. primp [v] - See also: primp

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Primps

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

Literary usage of Primps

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Chester Plays by Dr Matthews, Hermann Deimling (1892)
"569 primps PASTOR. who shall first goe ? the page ? ... 562 primps PASTOR. (103) Haile, King of heaven so hy, 563 borne in a ..."

2. Proceedings by American Society of Civil Engineers (1903)
"... per minute; and a 7J x 5 x G-in., with a capacity of 100 galls, per minute. Steam for these primps it, furnished by a 25 H.-P. boiler made by Farrar and ..."

3. The history of the decline and fall of the Roman empire by Edward Gibbon (1837)
"... an<i primps magnified, the virtues of an heretic and a persecutor. His valour was often felt by the enemies, and his justice by the subjects, ..."

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