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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]
propagation increase, esp. by natural reproduction. [2 definitions]
propane a colorless flammable gas found in petroleum and natural gas and used for fuel and in chemical synthesis.
pro patria (Latin) for one's country.
propel to cause to move or keep moving forward or onward; thrust, push, or drive.
propellant that which provides the force that propels, such as an explosive charge in a firearm. [2 definitions]
propellent acting to propel; serving as a propellant. [2 definitions]
propeller any of several devices used to propel an airplane, ship, or the like, usu. consisting of tilted blades radiating from a hub that revolves.
propensity a natural or inborn tendency, aptitude, or preference (often fol. by an infinitive or "for").
proper suitable to the purpose or circumstances; appropriate. [5 definitions]
proper fraction a fraction in which the numerator is smaller or lower in degree than the denominator.
properly in an appropriate way. [5 definitions]
proper name see proper noun.
proper noun a noun that is the name of a person, such as "Lincoln," or a thing, such as "Atlantic" or "IBM." Titles, such as "Mr.," are also considered proper nouns. Proper nouns are usually capitalized. (Cf. common noun.)
propertied owning property.
property the sum total of items owned, or a part of that sum; possessions collectively. [5 definitions]
propertyless combined form of property.
prophecy a prediction or admonition, esp. when uttered by one considered to be a divine agent or prophet. [3 definitions]
prophesy to foretell or reveal, esp. under divine inspiration. [5 definitions]
prophet one who predicts the future, esp. one considered to be speaking under divine inspiration and revealing divine will. [5 definitions]