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English words containing rong:

Meanings of Back the wrong horse:

phrase

Make a wrong or inappropriate choice.

Usage examples:

Is it time to say sorry for backing the wrong horse?
idiom

To make the wrong decision and support a person or action that is later unsuccessful

Usage examples:

In all his years as a book publisher, he rarely backed the wrong horse.

Meanings of Bark up the wrong tree:

phrase

Be pursuing a mistaken or misguided line of thought or course of action.

Usage examples:

His wife thinks he's under suspicion, but i'm sure she's barking up the wrong tree

Meanings of Barking up the wrong tree:

idiom

Trying to do something in a way that will not work

Usage examples:

His attorney suggested that the investigators might be barking up the wrong tree.

Meanings of Barong:

noun

(in the philippines) a lightweight embroidered shirt for men, worn untucked and traditionally made of piña or a similar vegetable fibre.

Usage examples:

The president arrived wearing a barong

Meanings of Barongs:

noun

(in the philippines) a lightweight embroidered shirt for men, worn untucked and traditionally made of piña or a similar vegetable fibre.

Usage examples:

The president arrived wearing a barong

Meanings of Be-wrong:

idiom

To be doing something in a way that will bring good/bad results; to be thinking in the right/wrong way

Usage examples:

These results suggest that we are on the right track., if you think my son was involved, you are on…

Meanings of Binturong:

noun

A tree-dwelling asian civet with a coarse blackish coat and a muscular prehensile tail.

Usage examples:

Only two members of the carnivore family have prehensile tails - the binturong and the kinkajou.

Meanings of Born on the wrong side of the blanket:

phrase

Illegitimate.

Usage examples:

If she was perchance born on the wrong side of the blanket, then she cannot become an earl's wife.

Drongo

ˈdrɒŋɡəʊ

Meanings of Drongo:

noun

A songbird with glossy black plumage and typically a long forked tail and a crest, found in africa, southern asia, and australia.

Usage examples:

Examples include the crown and tail feathers of birds-of-paradise, drongos, bristlethigh curlew, etc.

Meanings of Enthrong:

verb

To press or crowd in upon (a person or thing); to surround in a throng; to beset.

Meanings of Get-something-wrong:

adjective

Not correct or not accurate

Usage examples:

Three of your answers were wrong., that clock is wrong – it’s 12:30, not 12:15., i dialed the wrong…

Meanings of Get-up-on-the-wrong-side-of-the-bed:

idiom

To wake up in a bad mood

Usage examples:

Dad got up on the wrong side of bed, and he’s been grumpy all day.

Meanings of Get-wrong:

idiom

To be offended because you do not understand someone correctly

Usage examples:

Don’t get me wrong – i like your haircut, i’m just surprised you cut it so short.

Meanings of Go wrong:

idiom

Be unsuccessful

phrase

Make a mistake.

Usage examples:

The big area where i personally went wrong was in estimating gdp growth.

Meanings of Going-strong:

idiom

To still be successful after having existed for a long time

Usage examples:

After one hundred years of service as a public institution, the state university system is still go…

Headstrong

ˈhed.strɒŋ

Meanings of Headstrong:

adjective

Energetically wilful and determined.

Usage examples:

The headstrong impulsiveness of youth

Meanings of Headstrongness:

noun

The quality or state of being headstrong; wilfulness, obstinacy; waywardness.

Meanings of In-the-wrong:

idiom

Responsible for something bad

Usage examples:

We had a green light, so she was clearly in the wrong when she hit us.

Meanings of Multipronged:

adjective

Having several prongs; (usually figurative, of an attempt, attack, etc.) taking place on several different fronts at once.

Prong

prɒŋ

Meanings of Prong:

noun

Each of two or more projecting pointed parts at the end of a fork.

Usage examples:

Beryllium fork tips were also manufactured to be attached to the prongs of standard forks for handl…
verb

Pierce or stab with a fork.

Usage examples:

He passed his fork to the right hand to prong the meat

Meanings of Prongbuck:

noun

A pronghorn, especially a male.

Pronged

-prɒŋd

Meanings of Pronged:

verb

Pierce or stab with a fork.

Usage examples:

He passed his fork to the right hand to prong the meat
adjective

A two/three-pronged plan involves two/three different ways of achieving the same aim

Usage examples:

The government has launched a two-pronged attack against poverty.

Pronghorn

ˈprɒŋhɔːn

Meanings of Pronghorn:

noun

A deerlike north american mammal with a stocky body, long slim legs, and black horns that are shed and regrown annually.

Usage examples:

With a little luck and patience, you can see moose, pronghorns, bighorn sheep, coyotes, wolves, bla…

Pronghorns

ˈprɒŋhɔːn

Meanings of Pronghorns:

noun

A deerlike north american mammal with a stocky body, long slim legs, and black horns that are shed and regrown annually.

Usage examples:

With a little luck and patience, you can see moose, pronghorns, bighorn sheep, coyotes, wolves, bla…

Prongs

prɒŋ

Meanings of Prongs:

noun

Each of two or more projecting pointed parts at the end of a fork.

Usage examples:

Beryllium fork tips were also manufactured to be attached to the prongs of standard forks for handl…
verb

Pierce or stab with a fork.

Usage examples:

He passed his fork to the right hand to prong the meat

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