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presage, prescience
foretell
pretense
mask, facade, guise
peternatural
extraordinary
prevaricate
deviate from truth
probity
honesty, decency, morality, rectitude, righteousness
pro = more
proclivity
natural propensity or inclination
procure
get possession of
prodigal
wastefully extravagant
prodigious
remarkably large
proffer
offer; extend; give
profundity
great depth of knowledge, insight
profusion
great quantity
promulgate
make known; put into effect
propitiate
gain or regain favor
propitious
favorable
proponent
person who advocates a theory or proposal
propound
put forward for discussion
propriety
correctness, appropriateness
prosaic
commonplace, everyday
prose
ordinarily written or spoken; no metrical structure spoken
proscribe
condemn or forbid
proselytize
recruit or convert especially to new faith or cause
prostrate
stretched out with face on ground (in adoration or submission)
prone
lie down
protean
displaying great diversity; changeable, fluid, mutable
protract
prolong in time or space; extend, drawt, elongate
provident
!= profligate. frugal, chary (cautious)
providential
opportune, lucky
provincial
insular, local , parochial, sectarian
provisional
temporary
provisory
conditional
prudery
person easily shocked by matters of sex and nudity
puckish
!= sober, garave, or, staid; playful, impish
puerile
childish
his puerile pranks sometimes offended his more mature friends
puffery
exaggerated or false praise
puissance
power, might
pulchritude
beauty
pullet
young hen
pundit
pandit, teacher
purlieu
confines, haunt (hangout), outskirts