use primmest in a sentence.
Not even the primmest of gowns fully disguised the silky, seductive way she moved.
Now, Jerry and my mother were by no means originals in their living arrangements, which did tend to give a rather louche reputation to even the primmest Mormon that the Yanks sent over, and so, as always happens where there are problems and lots of money around, a man materialized with a solution.
Useful, satisfying yet inoffensive combination of two very rude words which can safely be spoken in primmest and properest company.
Extravagance and absurdity have still their law, and should pay as rigid obedience to it as the primmest things on earth.
"Infatuated child!" she said, in her primmest and most fashionable accent.