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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. [7 definitions]
pronounceable combined form of pronounce.
pronounced spoken or articulated. [2 definitions]
pronouncement a formal or official declaration. [2 definitions]
pronto (informal) quickly or immediately.
pronunciamento a manifesto or proclamation, esp. of a coup d'état; pronouncement.
pronunciation the act, manner, or result of pronouncing words, syllables, and the like. [4 definitions]
-proof unable to be penetrated by (something specified). [2 definitions]
proof evidence that proves the truth or existence of something. [13 definitions]
proofread to examine (a manuscript or printer's proof) for errors and mark corrections on. [2 definitions]
proof spirit an alcoholic beverage, or mixture of alcohol and water, that contains fifty percent alcohol by volume.
prop1 to support, stabilize, or sustain with or as if with a beam, stick, stone, or the like. [4 definitions]
prop2 a piece of furniture or other article used for a theatrical presentation or the like; stage property.
prop3 (informal) a propeller, as on an airplane or boat.
prop. abbreviation of "proprietor," an owner, or group of owners, of a business enterprise, real property, or the like. [2 definitions]
propaedeutic pertaining to or serving as an introduction to a field of study, esp. in the arts or sciences. [2 definitions]
propaganda information or statements of opinion that are deliberately circulated among the public in order to persuade the population to accept a particular point of view, esp. one in favor of or opposed to a particular movement, cause, or doctrine.
propagandize to spread (beliefs, opinions, or the like) by the use of propaganda. [3 definitions]
propagate to reproduce (offspring) or cause to reproduce. [6 definitions]