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Predicate, préd’dé-kät. 8. that which is af-||Prelate, prel'lát. 6. au ecclesiastick of the firmed of the subject

highest dignity Predication, préd-e-ká'shủn. s. affirroation Prelection, pré-lék'shủn. 8. a lecture Predict, pré-dikt'. v. a. to foretell

Preliminary, pre-lîın'é-na-rė. a. previous, in Prediction, pré-dik'shủn. 8. prophecy

troductory Predilection, pré-de-lék'shủn. s. preference ;| Preliminary, pre-1?m'é-na-re. s. something prepossession in favour of any thing

previous, preparatory measure Predispuse, pré-dis-poze'. v. a. to adapt pre- Prelude, prểl'úde, s. some short flight of muviously to any certain purpose

sick played before a full concert; somePredisposition, pré-dis-po-z ish'ún. s. previous thing introductory

(duction adaptation to any certain purpose Prelude, pré-lude'. v. a. to serve as an introPredominarce, pré-côn’mé-nânse. 6. preva-Prelusive, pré-lu'siv. a. previous, introduc ience, superiority

tory

(formed before the tim Predominant, pré-com'me-nânt. a. prevalent ||Premature, pré-mi-túre'. a. ripe too soon Predominate, pré-dömn'mė-náte. v. n. to pre-|Prematurely, pré-ma-túre'lė. ad. too early, vail, to be ascendant (denc

(beforehand Pre-eminence, pre-em'mé-nếnse. 8. prece-Premeditate, pré-měd'é-tåte. V. a. to conceive Pre-eminent, pré-ém'me-nént. a. excellent Premeditation, pré-med-e-tà'shủn. 1. , act of above others

meditatiug beforehand

(fore Pre-emption, pré-em'shủn. s. the right of Premerit, pré-mêr'rit. v. a. to deserve be. purchasing before another

Premier, prémne'yểr. a. first, chief Pre-engage. pré-en-gádje'. v. a. to engage Premise, pré-mize'. v.a. to lay down premises by precedent contracte

Premises, prêm'is-siz. s. propositions antecePre-engagement, pré-én-gådje'mênt. 6. pre. dently supposed or proved; houses or lands cedent obligation

[hand Premium, pré'me-úm. s. a reward : Pre-exist, pré-égz-ist'. v. n. to exist before. | Preinonish, pré-môn'nish. v. a. to warn nePre-existence, pré-égz la'tênse. 5. existence forehand

advising be forehand

Premonitory, pré-mon'ne-túr-ė. a. previousPre-existent, pré-égz-is'tênt. a. existent bell Premunire, prém'mu-ni-ré. 8. a writ, penalty, foreband

difficulty

(of telling before Preface, pir'fás. . introduction

Prenunciation, pre-nủn-she-a'shủn. 8. the act Preface, prér'fás. v. D. to say something in. Preoccupancy, pré-ôkíků-pân-sė. s. the act of troductory

taking possession tefore ariother Prefatory, prêr'fa-cůr-é. a. introductory Preoccupate, pré- Úk'ku-påte. v. a. to anticiPrefect, prè'fekt. s. a governor

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pacion; prepossession Prefecture, prét'fék-túre. s. command, office Preoccupation, pré-ok-ki-pa'shủn. s. anticiof government

(advance Preoccupy, pré-8k'kd-pl. v. a. to prepossess Preier, pré-sér'. y. a. to regard more; to Preopinion, pre-d-pinyún. s. prepossession Preferable, prér'fêr-a-bl. a. 'ligible before Preordain, pre-or-dane'. v. a. to ordain har soinething else (thing above another forehand

(preordaining Preference, prêt'iểr-ense. s. estimation of one Preordination, pré-8f-de-på'shứu. s. the act of Presermeut, pré-fêr'mênt. s. advancement Preparation, prép-ér-a'shủn. . the act of prePrefiguration, pré-fig-y-rá'shủn. 8. antece paring; previous measures dent representation

Preparative, pré-pâr'rå-tiv. a. baving the Prefigure, pré-rig'yire. v. a. to exhibit by power of preparing antecedent representation

Preparative, pré-pâr'ra-tiv. s. that which has Prefix, pré-fiks'. v. a. to place before the power of preparing, Pregnancy, prêg'nân-se. s. the state of being||Preparatory, pre-pår'ra-tůr-d. a. antecedente with young ; fruitfulness

ly necessary; previous Pregnant, prég'nânt. a. breeding ; fertile Prepare, pre-påre'. v. a. to fit, to adjust, to Prejudge, pré-judje'. v. a. to determine be

make ready foretand

(judice Prepense, pıé-pênse'. a. preconceived Prejudicate, pré-ju'dékát. a. formed by pre- Preponder, pré-pon'dér. v. a. to outweigh Prejudication, pré jd-dė-k'shún. s. the act of||Preponderance, pré-pôn'dér-ånse. . superijudging beforehand

ority of weight

Ting Prejudice, préd'ja-u is. s. prepossession; injury Preponderant, pré pôn dêr-ånt. a. outweigh Prejudice, pred' jd-dis. v. a. to fill with pre-Preponderate, pré-pân'der-dte. v. a. to outdices ; to injure

(injurious weigh Prejudicial, préd-jd-dish’ål. a. mischievous, (Preponderation, pré-pôn-der-d'shủn. s. the Prelacy, prêl'lå-wė. s. the dignity of a pre state of outweighing lale

| Prepuse, pré-poze'. v. A. to put before

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Preposition, prep-po-zich ún. s. a particiej President, préz'ze-dent. s. one at the head of governing a case

others; governor, prefect Prepositor, pré-pôz'zlt-túr. 8. a scholar ap-||Press, près. v. a. to squeeze ; to crush ; tc

pointed by the master to overlook the rest distress; to enforce; to force iato naval Prepose2ss, pré-pôz-zés.' v. a. to prejudice service Prepossession, pré-pôz-zểsh'ús. s. prejudice,| Press, prés. s. an instrument for pressing : preconceived opinion

(perverted crowd, throng; a commission to force men Preposterous, pré-pôs'têr-ús. a. absurd, into naval service Preposterousness, pré-pôs'ter-ủs-nés. s. ab- Presagang, prés'gång. s. a crew employed to surdity, wrong order

force men into naval service Prepotency, pre-på'téo-sė. s. superior power ||Pressman, près' mảo. s. one who makes the imPrepuce, pré'påse. s. that which covers the pression of print by the press glans, foreskin

Pressure, présb'shdre. s. the act of pressing; Prerequisite, pré-rêk'kwiz-it. s. something state of being pressed ; force ; gravitation previously necessary

[privilege Presto, prés'td. ad. quick, at once Prerogative, pre-rôg'gi-tiv. s. a peculiar Presume, pré-zúme'. v. n. to suppose ; to ven Presage, près'sadje. s. prognostick

ture without positive leave Presage, pré-sảdje'. v. a. to forebode, to Presumption, pré-zúm'shủn. s. supposition foretell

[ment; fortoken previously formed; arrogance, confidence Presagement, pré-sådje'mếnt. forbode-Presumptive, pre-zúm'tiv. a. taken by previous Presbyter, prez'bê-tér. s. a priest

supposition; supposed; confident Presbyterian, préz-be-te'ré-in. a. consisting Presumptuous, pre-zúm'tshů-ửs. a. arrogant, of elders

(of presbytery
confident

(confidence, irreverence
Presbyterian, préz-bê-te'rê-án. 8. an abettor Presuir.ptuousness, pré-zům'tshú-ửs-nês.
Presbytery, prêz'be-tér-é. s. body of elders Presupposal, pré-súp-po'zal. 8. supposal pre
Prescience, pré she-ense. s. foreknowledge viously formed

(previous
Prescieut, pré'shé-ếnt. a. foreknowing Presuppose, pré-súp-poze'. v. a. to suppose as
Prescind, pre-sind'. v. a. to cut off Presupposition, pré-sởp-pd-zlab'ún. s. supp-
Prescribe, pré-skribe'. v. a to order, to di sition previously formed

Presurmise, pré-sůr-mize'. s. surmise prema
Prescript, pré'skript. s. direction, precept ously formed
Prescription, pré-skrip'shủn. s. rule produced Pretence, pre-tense'. s. a false argument

and authorized by custom ; medical receipt grounded upon fictitious postulates ; as Presence, prêz'zếnse. 6. state of being pre sumption

sent ; port, mien; readiness at need Pretend, pre-tênd'. v. a. to allege falsely; to
Present, prêz'zểvt. a. face to face, at hand; show hypocritically; to claim
not past, propitione

Pretender, pré-tend'ůr. s. one who layo
Present, prêz'zent. s. a gift, a donative claim to any thing
Present, pré-zent'. v. a. to exhibit ; to offer ; Pretension, pré-téa'shủp. 8. claim
to give

Preteriinperfect, pré-tér-im-pér'fékt. 2. not
Presentation, préz-zén-ta'shủn. 6. the act of perfectly past
presenting ; exhibition

Preterite, prè'tér-it. a. past Presentee, préz-zén-tée'. s. une presented to Preterlapsed, pre-ter-lapst'. a. past and gone a benetice

Pretermit, pré-ter-mit'. v. a. to pass by Presenter, pré-zét'tür. one that presents Preternatural, pre-têr-nát'tshd-rål. a. differPresentime pré-sen'td-ment. s. previous ent from what is natural, irregular (past idea

Preterperfect, pré-cểr-pěr'fékt. a. absoluteiy Presently, préz'zếnt-lé, ad. at present ; im- Preterpluperfect, pré-tèr-plu'pér-fekt. a. re. mediately, soon after

latively past, or past before some other Presentment, pré-zent'mếnt. 8. the act of

lance presenting

Rretext, pre-tekst'. s. pretence, false appearPreservation, préo-zér-vá'shủn. s. the act of Pretor, pré'tor. 8. a Roman judge preserving

Pretorian, pre-to'ré-ån. a. judicial, exercised Preservative, pré-zêr' vå-tiv. 6. that which has

by the pretor the power of preserving

Prettily, prêt'te-re. ad. neatly, pleasingly
Preserve, pre-zerr.' v. a. to save [in sugar Prettinele, prit'te-nés. 3. beauty without dig-
Preserve, pre-zérv. 6. fruit preserved whole nity
Preserver, pre-zerr'úr. 4. one who preserves Pretty, prit'te. e. neat, elegant
Preside, pre-side'. v. n. to be set over Pretty, prit'tė. ad. in some degree
Presidency, prêz'ze-dên-sė. s. superinten- Prevail, pré-våle'. v. n. to be in force, bare
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Prevailing, pré-vá'llag. a. predominant Primeval, prl-ine'vål. a. original Prevalence, prév'vå-léose. s. superiority, in-Primitive, prim'é-tiv, a. ancient, original; fluence

(minant primary (conformity to antiquity Prevalent, prêr'va-lènt. a. victorious ; predu- Primitiveness, prim'd-tiv-nes. s. antiquity, Prevaricate, pré-vår'rd-kåte. v. . to cavil, Primogenial, prl-md-jė’né-ål. a. first-born, to quibble, to shufile

(cavill primary

(being first-bora Prevarication, pré-vår-re-ka'shủn. 8. shufie. Primogeniture, prl-md-jēn'é-edre. 8. state of Prevenient, pré-vè'nė-ént. a. preceding Primordial, prl-mór'de-al. a. original, existPrevent, pré-vent'. v. a. to go before as al ing from the beginning guide ; to anticipate ; to hinder

Primrose, prim'rdze. s. a flower Prevention, pré-ven'shủn. 6. the act of go- Prince, prinse. s. a sovereign; the son of a ing before ; hinderance

Princedom, prins'dům. s. the rank, estate, or Preventive, pré-vent'iv. &. preservative, power, of a prince

(royal, gran hindering ill

Princely, prins'le. a. becoming a prince, Preventive, pré-vent'ív. 6. a preservative, an Princely, prins'lė. ad. in a prince-like manner antidote

Princess, prin'sės. s. a sovereign lady; the Previous, prévé-ús. a. antecedent

daughter of a king; the wife of a prince Previously, pré've-ús-lė. ad. beforehand Principai, prin'sė-pal. a. chief, capital Prey, prả. s. something to be devoured ;| Principal, prio'se-pål. s. a head, a chief; a plunder ; depredation

[plunder capital sum placed out at interest Prey, prả. v. n. to feed by violence ; to Principality, prin-sé-pål’e-tê. s. sovereignty; Price, prise. s. value, estimation ; reward the country which gives title to a prince Prick, prik. v. a. to pierce; to erect; to Principally, prin’se-pål-ė. ad. chiefly spur; to pain; to mark a tune

Principle, prỉn'se-pl. s. element; original Prick, prik. s. any thing by which a punc

cause ;

fundamnental truth; ground of ao. ture is made ; remorse of conscience ; a tion; tenet puncture

Print, print. v. a. to impress any thing so as Pickle, prik'tl. s. a small sharp point to leave its form; to impress words, or Prickly, prik'lè. a. full of sharp points make books, by the press Pride, pride. s. inordinate self-esteem ; lofti | Print, print. 8. mark made by impression ; ness of air ; elevation ; ostentation

picture made by impression; the form, size, Priest, préést. s. one who officiates in sacred arrangement, or other qualities, of the offices

types used in printing hooks Priestcraft, préést'kraft. s. religious fraud Printer, print'ur. s. one who prints Priestess, préést'tės. s. a woman who offi-||Prior, pri úr. a. former, antecedent ciates is heathen rites

Prior, prl'úr. s. the head of a convent of monks Priesthood, préést'hůd. s. the office and cha- Prioress, prl'úr-ės. 8. a lady superior of a racter of a priest

convent of nuns Priestliness, préėst'le-nês. 8. the appearanc-Priority, pri-ôr'ré-tė. s. the state of being first of a priest

Priory, priúr-ė. s. a convent in diguity below Priestly, préést'lė. a. becoming a priest an abbey Prig, prig. s. a pert, conceited, saucy fellow Prism, prizm. s. a mathematical glasss Prim, prin. a. formal, precise

Prismatick, priz-mat'tik. a. formed as a prism Prim, prim. v. a. to deck up precisely, to Prismoid, priz'mold. s. a body approaching to form to an affected nicety

the form of a prism

(mept Primacy, prl'ma-sė. s. the chief ecclesiastical Prison, priz'ın. 8. a jail, a place of confinestation

(first intention Prisoner, priz’zn-úr. h. a captive; che under Primarily, prima-rê-id. ad. originally, in the an arrest Primary, prl'ma-ré. a. original, first Pristine, pris'tin. a. ancient, origio:] Primate, prl'ınåt. s. the chief ecclesiastick Privacy, prl'va-se. 8. State of beis secret, Prime, prime. e. the dawn; the beginning ; secrecy

the best part ; the spring of life; the first Private, prl'våt. a. secret ; alone (war part

Privateer, pri-va-têèr'... a private ship of Prime, prime. a. carly ; principal; original Privateer, pri-va-tėèr'. v. n. io fit put ships Prime, prime. v. a. to put in the first powder, against enemies, at the charge s'privats

to put powder in the pan of a gun; to lay persons the first colours on in painting

Privately, prl'våt-lé. ad. secretly Primely, prlme'lė. ad. originally, primarily; Privation, prl-vá'shủn. 6. remove or de excellently

struction of any thing Primer, prim'mðr. s. a small book in which Privative, priv'vå-tiv. a. causing ; $ation children are taught to read

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Privilege, priv've-Ituje. s. peculiar advanlage Procure, pro-kúre'. v. a. to manage, to trans immunity

[lege ; to exempl act for another ; to wbtain, to acquire Privilege, priv've-Ildje. v. a. to grant a privi-Procuress, pro-ku'res. 5. a bawd Privily, priv'e-le. ad. secretly, privately Prodigal, prod'de-gål. a. profuse, wasteful Privity, priv'e-tè. 8. private communication Prodigali prôd' de-gal. s. a waster, a spend Privy, priv'è. a. secret ; admitted to secrets thrift

(waste Privy, pris'è. s. place of retirement Prodigality, prod-de-gål'è-tė. s. extravagance. Prize, prize. s. a reward gained by contest Prodigally, prod'de-gal-é. ad. profusely with competitors ; plunder

wastefully Prize, prize. v. a. to tate, to value; to esteem Prodigious, pró-did'jủs. a. amazing. Prizefighter, prize'fi rúr. 8. one that fights Prodigiously, prd-dla'jủs-lè. ad. amazingly punlickly for a reward

Prodigy, prod'dé-jė. s. any thing out of th Probability, průb-á-b?l'é-te... likelihood, ordinary process of nature, portent ; mon appearance of truth

(to bring forth Probable, prðb'bá-bl. a. likely

Produce, prd-dvae'. v. a. to exbibit ; to hear, Probably, prob'bå-blé. ad. likely

Produce, prôd duse. s. product ; gain Probat, prð'bât. 8. the proof of a will Producent, pro-du'sént. s one that exhibits, Probation, prd-bá'shủn. s. proof, evidence, one that offers testimony

(trial Product, prôd'úkt. s. something produced Probationary, prd-bà'shủn-a-rè. a. serving for Production, pro-důk'shủn. s. thing produced, Probationer, pro-bå'shủn-ửr. s. a novice

product

(to produce, fertile Probatumest, prð-bå'tắm-ést. s. a Latin ex- | Productive, prð-dîk'tiv. a. having the power

pression, signifying, It is tried or proved Proem, pró'ém. 8. preface, introduction Probe, probe. s. a surgeon's instrument Profanation, próf-à-ua'shủn. B. the act of Probe, probe. V. a. to search, to try by an violating ary thing sacred

[luted instrument

Profane, prd-fåne'. a. irreverent ; secular , fol. Probity, prôb'e-tė. s. honesty, sincerity Profane, pré-fåne'. v. a. to violate, to pollute Problem, prób'lêm. s. a question proposed Profanely, prð-fåne'lė. ad. with irreverence Problematical, prob-lé-måt'tė-kál. a. uncer to sacred names or things tain, disputable

[an elephant Profaneness, pro-fåne'nės. s. irreverence Proboscis, fro-bôs'sis. s. a snout, the trunk of Profess, pró-fés'. v. n. to declare pen Procedure, pré-eéè'jůre. s. manner of proceed-iProtessediy, prd-fės séd-lė. ad. according to ing

open declaration Proceed, pro-séėd'. v. În. to go forward ; to Profession, prð-fêshủn. s. calling, declaration come forth; to advance ; to act

Professional, pró-fésh'ûn-al. a. relating to a Proceeding, prd-séėd'ing. 8. progress from profession

(teaches an art one thing to another, transaction Professor, prd-fés'sůr. . one wbo publicly Process, prðs'sés. s. tendency; gradual pro-| Professorship, pro-fés'sůr-ship. s. the station gress; course of law

or office of a public teacher Procession, prô-sểsh'ún. 8. a train marching Proffer, próf'fúr. v. a. to propose

in ceremouious solemnity [procession Proffer, próf rúr, e. offer made Processional, pro-sésb'ân-ál. a. relating to Proficiency, prd-fish-en-se. s. advancement in Proclaiin, pro-klåme'. v. a. to promulgate ; any thing, improvement gained to tell openly

Proficient, prd-fish'ént. s. one wbo has made Proclamation, prok-klå-må'shủn. 8. publication advancement in any study or business

by authority ; a declaratinn of the king's Profile, pro-rèèl'. s.the side-face
will

[pension Profit, prof'fit. s. gain, advantage Proclivity, pro-kliv'd-tė. $. tendency, pro-|| Profit, próf'rit. v. a. to benefit, to advantage Procrastinate, pro-krås'tin-åte. v. a. to defer,|| Profitable, pror'fit-å-hl. a. gainful, advanto delay (dilatoriness tageous

[advantageousness Procrastination, prd-krås-tin-a'shin, s. delay,|| Profitableness, prof'fit-a-bl-nes. s. gainfulness, Procreate, pro'kré-ate. y. a. to generate, to Profitless, próf'fil-lès. 2. veid of gain or adproduce

vantage

(to virtue and decency Procreation, prd-kré-a'shủn. 8. generation Profligate, prof'Aé-gåt. a. abandoned, Inst Procreative, pro'kré-a-tlg. a. generative Profligate, -prof'Aé-gåt. s. an abandoned, Procter, prok'túr. s. an attorcey Ir the spirit shamelese wretch lof being profligate

(tor Profligateness, prófAė-gåt-nés. s. the quality Proctorship, prok'tůr-ship. s. office of a proc-Profluence, prof'Ad-ence. s. progress, course Procumbent, prd-kům'bênt. a. lying down Profluent, prorfù-ênt. a. Aowing forward Procurable, pro-kd'rå-bl. a. obtainable Profound, pro-föånd'. a. deep i submissive Procurator, prok-ku-rå'tůr. s. manager

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Profoundness, pro-růůnd'nes.

s. depth of Proinote, pro-mote'. Y. a. to forward, to ado Profundity, prð fúnd'è-te.

vance; to elevate, to exalt, to prefer place or knowledge

Promoter, prd-móte'ůr. 3. advancer, for. Profuse, prd-fóse'. a. lavish, prodigal

warder, encourager Profuse ness, prd-fuse'nės. 3. prodigality Promotion, pro-mo'shủn. s. advancement, onProfusion, prð-fù'zhủn. s. lavishness

couragement, exaltation to some new how Prog, próg. d. victuals, provision

nour or rank, preferment Progenitor, prd-jén'ít-ửr. 6. a forefather, an Prompt, prômt. a. quick, ready ; petulant;

ready without hesitation, wanting no new Progeny, prðd'jè-ne. s. offspring, race motive; ready, told down Prognosticate, prog-nos'tė-kåte. v. a. to Prompt, prômt. v. a. to assist by private inforetell

[foretoken struction, to help at a loss; to incite ; to Prognostication, prog-nos-tê-ka'shủn. s. instigate ; to remind, to act as a propter Progress, prởg'grés. s. course ; advance- Prompter, prôm'tůr. s. one who helps a public ment; a circuit

speaker, by suggesting the word to him Progression, pré-grésh'ún. s. process, regular|| when he falters; an admonisher, a reand gradual advance

minder

[quickness Progressive, pr3-grés'siv. a. going forward Promptitude, prom'tė-tóde. 1. readiness, Progressively, pro-grès'siv-le. ad. by regular Promptly, průmt'le. ad. readily, quickly, ex(terdict peditiously

(ness, alacrity Prohibit, prð-hib'it. v. a. to forbid, to in- Promptuess, prômt'nès. s. readiness, quickProhibition, prð-he-bish'ún. 3. forbiddance, Promulgate, prd-målsgåte. V. a. to publish, to interdict

make known by open declaration Prohibitory, prd-hib'bé-tur-ė. a. forbidding Promulgation, prôm-ül-gá'shủn. 6. publicaProject, pro-jékt'. v. a. to throw out, to cast tion, open exhibition (open teacher forward; to scheme

Promulgator, prôm-il-gå'tůr. 3. publisher, Project, prod'jêkt. s. scheme, contrivance Promulge, prð-mülje'. v. a. to promulgate, to Projectile, pro-jêk'til. 8. a body put in motion publish, to teach openly Projectile, pro-jêk'til. a. impelled forward Promulger, prd-mû'jůr. s. publisher, promul. Projection, pro-jêk'shủn. s. the act of shoot gator

ing forward; plan, delineation; scheme Prone, prône. 2. bending downward ; lying Projector, pré-jềk'tür. 8. one who forms with the face downwards; precipitous, schemes or designs

headlong ; sloping ; inclined, disposed Prolate, pro-låte'. v. a. to pronounce Probeness, prope'nès. s. the state of bending Prolation, prd-ld'shủo, 8. utterance

downwards; the state of lying with the Prolifick, pro-lif'rik. a. fruitful, generative face downwards ; descent, declivity; incli. Prolix, pro-liks'. a. long, tedious

nation, disposition to ill Prolixity, pro-liks'é-te. s. tediousness Prong, prông. s. a fork Prolixly, pro-liks'lė. ad. at great length, te-Pronominal, prd-nôm'è-nál. a. having the na diously la convocation ture of a pronoun

[noun or dame Prolocutor, pr81-18-kd'tûr. 6. the speale:r of Pronoun, pronoin. s. a word used instead of a Prologue, prol'log. s, introduction to a play Pronounce, pro-nonse'. v. a. to speak, to utProlong, pro-lông'. v. a. to lengthen out ter; to utter solemnly, to utter confidentProlongation, prðl-lớng-gá'shủn. 5. delay to ly; to form or articulate by the organs of a longer time

speech; to ut:er rhetorically Prominent, prôm'me-nềnt. a. standing out Pronounce, prd-noinse'. P. n. to speak with beyond the other parts, protuberant

confidence or authority

(nounces Prominence, prôm'me-nense.

Pronouncer, pro-noiu'sůr. c. one who pro Prominency, prôm'me-nen-se. } s. protube- || Pronuuciation, prð-nún-she-a'ahủn. s. act or

(fused mode of utterance Promiscuous, prð-mls'k8-16. a. mingled, con-Proof, proif. 6. evidence, test, trial, esperiPromise, piom'miz. 6. declaration of some ment; firma temper ; rough sheet of print behest to be conferred

(promise Proof, prof. a. impenetrable
Promise, prom'miz. v. n. to assure one by a|| Proofless, probl’lés. a. unproved
Promiser, prom'míz-úr. s. one who promises Prop, próp. v. a. to sustain, to support
Promissory, prôm'mis-růr-d. a. containing| Prop. s. a support, a stay

profession of some benefit to be conferred Propagate, pröp'a-gåte. v. a to promote ; to Promissorily, prôm'mis-súr-é-lé. ad. by way generate of promise

Propagation, průp-å-gd'shin. .. continuance Promontory, prôm'můn-túr-ė. s. a beadland, or diffusion by generation or successive pro scape, high land jutting into the sea

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