Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
PRIMSPrivate Market Sector (International Association of Conference Interpreters)
PRIMSPhysical Readiness Information Management System
Copyright 1988-2018, All rights reserved.
References in classic literature ?
The prim man in the cloth boots, who had been unsuccessfully attempting to make a joke during the whole time the round game lasted, saw his opportunity, and availed himself of it.
"As for you, Amy," continued Meg, "you are altogether to particular and prim. Your airs are funny now, but you'll grow up an affected little goose, if you don't take care.
It was rather a failure, however, and after a tour of the picture shops she went to give Maud a lesson, feeling that it was very hard to quench her longings, and subside into a prim little music teacher.
She was still wearing her walking-dress, prim and straight in its folds about her tall, graceful figure, and her hair, save for the slight waviness about the forehead, was plainly dressed.
They were joined in a few minutes by a prim, dignified little lady, ridiculously like Mr.
At some hour of the day with which I was not acquainted (for my watch had stopped for want of winding up), I was set down in a clean little street of a prim little town (the name of which I never thought of asking), and was told that the coach never went any further.
So prim little Ariadne was sent home, and the exhausted aunties left Rose to her own devices for a day or two.
She deliberately picked up Anne's clothes, placed them neatly on a prim yellow chair, and then, taking up the candle, went over to the bed.