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PROMULGATE
TO PROCLAIM

The president made promulgations on the news.
PROPINQUITY
NEARNESS

What is your propinquity to the school?
PROPITIATE
INGRATIATE

The politician did not propitiate good-will.
PROPITIOUS
FAVORABLE

There were no propitious feelings towards the politician.
PROSAIC
DULL PROSE

The novel was prosaic and periphrastic.
PROSCRIBE
TO FORBID

Baptists proscribe alcohol.
PROTEAN
MORPHABLE

Amoebas are protean beings.
PRUPRIENT
LIBIDINOUS, LICENTIOUS

Humbert's pruprient desires were gross.
PUERILE
CALLOW, IMMATURE

She's so puerile when she whines!
PUGILISM
BOXING

Oscar de la Hoya is a pugilist.
PUGNACIOUS
QUARRELSOME

The pugnacious dog bit everyone.
PUNCTILIOUS
APPOSITE, CUSTOMARY

Geishas are very punctilious.
PURBLIND
LACKING INSIGHT, MYOPIC

The incursion into Iraq was so purblind!
PUSILLANIMOUS
CRAVEN, DIFFIDENT

The pusillanimous horse would not jump the river.
QUAFF
TO DRINK HEARTILY