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procure to get or get hold of by effort; obtain. [4 definitions]
procurement the act or process of procuring.
procurer one who secures the services of a prostitute for another person.
Procyon a yellowish white binary star in the constellation Canis Minor, having a combined magnitude of 0.4.
prod to poke with, or as though with, a pointed rod or instrument. [4 definitions]
prodigal imprudent and excessive in spending; extravagant. [3 definitions]
prodigality an act or instance, or the quality, of spending wastefully or of giving abundantly.
prodigal son in the New Testament, a young man who wasted his inheritance but returned home repentant and was warmly received by his family.
prodigious extremely large or great in size, amount, strength, extent, or the like; enormous. [2 definitions]
prodigy a person, esp. a young one, of exceptional talent or ability. [2 definitions]
produce to bring into being; yield. [7 definitions]
producer a person or organization that produces, esp. commercial goods and services. [3 definitions]
product something produced by means of either human or mechanical work. [3 definitions]
production the act or process of producing. [4 definitions]
productive capable of producing, or engaged in constructive activity. [4 definitions]
productivity the capacity for or fact of being productive.
proem a brief introduction; preface, preamble, or prelude.
Prof. abbreviation of "Professor."
prof (informal) a professor.
profanation the act or an instance of profaning or being profaned; desecration.
profane irreverent or irreligious; blasphemous. [5 definitions]