use prudish in a sentence.
That's a reasonable assumption, you horribly prudish person.
And Islamic prudishness will make the chinese era seem like a cornucopia of smut
Not all of us are prudish Americans.
I'm glad for any trend against the corporatism, homogenization and prudishness in American professional culture that dehumanizes and demeans people.
It is a common perception that Americans are prudish and easily offended.
Regarding prudishness, there is actually some stuff up thread about how Americans are less shy about bodily noises.
There's no reason anyone should cater to the consequences of you working at a prudish and illiberal organization.
Isn't it a bit prudish not to fully expose the skin?
I don't want to sound prudish, but can we please leave the pop-culture jokes at the expense of the mentally ill to other sites?
This also works out great for me since I can easily avoid the sort of startup that allows language prudishness to guide its hiring decisions.
No privacy for anyone -- and prudish allegations to top it.
Well, the article says the detective was prudish.
One of the prudish detectives wasn’t a fan of the photos, calling them “disgusting.
Superior for a particularly humorless, prudish type of consumer apparently, but I don't care about that.
Is it bad to be prudish?
As an aside, neither the Puritans nor mainstream culture in Franklin's era were especially prudish about sexual activity.