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promisor in law, one who makes a promise.
promissory containing or conveying a promise.
promissory note a written promise to pay or repay a specified sum to a designated person at a specified time or on demand.
promontory a high cliff projecting into a large body of water, or a similar projection above a lowland.
promote to support the existence, growth, or advance of. [3 definitions]
promoter someone or something that promotes. [2 definitions]
promotion a raise to a higher rank or position. [4 definitions]
prompt done immediately, without delay. [7 definitions]
promptbook a script of a play marked with cues and other notes used by the prompter.
prompter in theater, a person offstage who supplies missed cues and forgotten lines to those who are performing.
promptitude the quality of being prompt; promptness.
promulgate to institute (a law or court decree) by proclamation. [2 definitions]
pron. abbreviation of "pronoun," in grammar, a word that substitutes for a noun or noun phrase, such as "he," "it," "someone," "myself," or "those."
pronate to turn or rotate (the hand or forearm) so that the palm of the hand faces down or backwards.
prone inclined or disposed; tending (usu. fol. by to). [3 definitions]
prong a thin, sharply pointed part of a tool, such as a fork tine. [3 definitions]
pronghorn a small, fleet deer of the western plains of North America that resembles an antelope and has small, forked horns curved rearward at the tips.
pronominal of, concerning, acting as, or derived from a pronoun.
pronoun in grammar, a word that substitutes for a noun or noun phrase, such as "he," "it," "someone," "myself," or "those".
pronounce to articulate or enunciate (a sound, word, or words), or to utter (something) in a specified manner. [6 definitions]
pronounceable combined form of pronounce.