Primp vs Primpingly - What's the difference?

primp | primpingly |


As a verb primp

is to spend time improving one's appearance (often in front of a mirror).

As an adverb primpingly is

in a primping manner.

primp

English

Verb

  • To spend time improving one's appearance (often in front of a mirror).
  • *2001 Jo-Ann Mapson, "Bad Girl Creek"
  • **"Then I promise I'll let you take your bath and primp all day for your date."
  • See also

    * preen

    primpingly

    English

    Adverb

    (en adverb)
  • In a primping manner.