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Postdate

To date a check or other document for a future date

Posterior

Located behind

Posterity


Those who come after; future generations

Postgraduate

Relating to a course of study after college graduation

Posthumously

After death of one. The book was posthumously published after the author died

Posthumously

After death of one. The book was posthumously published after the author died

Postimpressionist

A school painting in France in the late 19th century that followed the impressionist

Postlude

A piece of music played after a church service

Postmortem

An examination of the day; an autopsy

Postscript

A note written after the main body of a letter

Proclaim

To officially announce publicly

Proclivity

And inclination toward something especially toward something objectable

Profuse

Pouring forth really; generous

Profuse

Pouring forth really; generous

Promontory

A high peak of a lake or rock jutting forward into the sea

Profuse

Pouring forth really; generous

Promontory

A high peak of a lake or rock jutting forward into the sea

Propensity

A natural inclination

Profuse

Pouring forth really; generous

Promontory

A high peak of a lake or rock jutting forward into the sea

Propensity

A natural inclination

Proponent

One who argues in favor of something; advocate

Profuse

Pouring forth really; generous

Promontory

A high peak of a lake or rock jutting forward into the sea

Propensity

A natural inclination

Proponent

One who argues in favor of something; advocate

Prospectus

It printed description; a proposed enterprise

Protuberant

Bulging

Protuberant

Bulging

Provident

Making provision for the future

Preamble

If the preliminary statement to a document

Preamble

If the preliminary statement to a document

Precedent

An act that goes before and may serve as an example for later acts

Precipitate

To hast the occurrence of

Precipitate

To hast the occurrence of

Preclude

Impossible by a previous action; to prevent

Precocious

Prematurely develop as a precocious child

Precocious

Prematurely develop as a precocious child

Predilection

Preference

Precocious

Prematurely develop as a precocious child

Predilection

Preference

Preeminent

Standing out before all others

Prejudice

A judgment formed before hand without examination of the facts

Prelude

An introductory piece of music; concert piece for piano or orchestra. Also introductory performance or action proceeding and more important one

Preponderant

Outweighing having more power or importance

Prerequisite

Something requested before hand

Prerequisite

Something requested before hand

Presage

To perceive before hand; to predict

Prevail

To be strong before all others