Translation of prissy in Spanish:
adjective -sier, -siest
- [colloquial]Example sentences
- Though, I fear that I am becoming the woman I created for this façade; prim, proper, prissy.
- He flails around at everyone but directs most of his outbursts towards Margaret who acts like a prissy school teacher.
- If the artist's approach often tends to such simplistic judgements, it also degenerates into prissy political correctness and schoolmarmy cluck clucking.
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