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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. [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.