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prodigious
(adj) extraordinary, enormous
prodigy
(n) an extremely talented child; an extraordinary accomplishment or occurence
profane
(adj) not having to do with religion; irreverent; blasphemous
profess
(v) to declare; to declare falsely or pretend
proficient
(adj) thoroughly competent; skillful; very good (at something)
prolifigate
(adj) extravagantly wasteful and, usually, wildly immoral
profound
(adj) deep (in several senses)
profuse
(adj) flowing; extravagant
proletariat
(n) the industrial working class
proliferate
(v) to spread or grow rapidly
prolific
(adj) abundantly productive; fruitful or fertile)