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Praiseworthy

ˈpreɪzˌwɜː.ði

Meanings of Praiseworthy:

adjective

Deserving approval and admiration.

Usage examples:

The government's praiseworthy efforts

Praising

preɪz

Meanings of Praising:

verb

Express warm approval or admiration of.

Usage examples:

We can't praise chris enough—he did a brilliant job
noun

The expression of approval or admiration for someone or something.

Usage examples:

The audience was full of praise for the whole production

Prajna

ˈpraʒna

Meanings of Prajna:

noun

Direct insight into the truth taught by the buddha, as a faculty required to attain enlightenment.

Usage examples:

The process of deepening our understanding is referred to as the three levels of prajna, or the thr…

Meanings of Prakrit:

noun

Any of the ancient or medieval vernacular dialects of northern and central india that existed alongside or were derived from sanskrit.

Usage examples:

Selected from old tamil, prakrit and sanskrit, the most ancient literary languages of india, this a…
adjective

Relating to prakrit.

Meanings of Prakritic:

adjective

Of, relating to, or characteristic of prakrit.

Praline

ˈprɑː.liːn

Meanings of Praline:

noun

A smooth, sweet substance made by boiling nuts in sugar and grinding the mixture, used especially as a filling for chocolates.

Usage examples:

White chocolate and praline cheesecake

Pralines

ˈprɑː.liːn

Meanings of Pralines:

noun

A smooth, sweet substance made by boiling nuts in sugar and grinding the mixture, used especially as a filling for chocolates.

Usage examples:

White chocolate and praline cheesecake

Pralltriller

ˈprɑːlˌtrɪlə

Meanings of Pralltriller:

noun

An ornament consisting of one rapid alternation of the written note with the note immediately above it.

Pram

præm

Meanings of Pram:

noun

A four-wheeled carriage for a baby, pushed by a person on foot.

Usage examples:

The people we've had so far seem most interested in the train sets and the construction sets, but m…

Meanings of Pramnian:

adjective

Designating or relating to a type of ancient greek wine, (probably) originally from the neighbourhood of smyrna.

noun

Pramnian wine.

Meanings of Prams:

noun

A four-wheeled carriage for a baby, pushed by a person on foot.

Usage examples:

The people we've had so far seem most interested in the train sets and the construction sets, but m…

Prana

ˈprɑːnə

Meanings of Prana:

noun

Breath, considered as a life-giving force.

Usage examples:

Prana is seen as a universal energy which flows in currents in and around the body

Prance

prɑːns

Meanings of Prance:

verb

(of a horse) move with high springy steps.

Usage examples:

The pony was prancing around the paddock
noun

An act or instance of prancing.

Usage examples:

Then we watch him prance (yes, it is a prance, there is no other way to describe it) around the roo…

Pranced

prɑːns

Meanings of Pranced:

verb

(of a horse) move with high springy steps.

Usage examples:

The pony was prancing around the paddock
noun

An act or instance of prancing.

Usage examples:

Then we watch him prance (yes, it is a prance, there is no other way to describe it) around the roo…

Prances

prɑːns

Meanings of Prances:

verb

(of a horse) move with high springy steps.

Usage examples:

The pony was prancing around the paddock
noun

An act or instance of prancing.

Usage examples:

Then we watch him prance (yes, it is a prance, there is no other way to describe it) around the roo…

Prancing

prɑːns

Meanings of Prancing:

verb

(of a horse) move with high springy steps.

Usage examples:

The pony was prancing around the paddock
noun

An act or instance of prancing.

Usage examples:

Then we watch him prance (yes, it is a prance, there is no other way to describe it) around the roo…

Meanings of Prancingly:

adverb

In a manner characterized by prancing, with a prancing gait; showily, ostentatiously.

Meanings of Prancy:

adjective

Suggestive of prancing; characterized by or given to prancing; showy.

Prandial

ˈpræn.di.əl

Meanings of Prandial:

adjective

During or relating to dinner or lunch.

Usage examples:

A prandial conversation

Prandially

ˌpəʊstˈpræn.di.ə.li

Meanings of Prandially:

adverb

After eating

Usage examples:

There is evidence that fatty meals may cause cholesterol to be elevated for many hours postprandial…

Prang

præŋ

Meanings of Prang:

verb

Crash (a motor vehicle or aircraft).

Usage examples:

Ernie pranged his sports car last month
noun

A crash involving a motor vehicle or aircraft.

Usage examples:

He had numerous prangs and near misses in his motoring life

Pranged

præŋ

Meanings of Pranged:

verb

Crash (a motor vehicle or aircraft).

Usage examples:

Ernie pranged his sports car last month
noun

A crash involving a motor vehicle or aircraft.

Usage examples:

He had numerous prangs and near misses in his motoring life

Pranging

præŋ

Meanings of Pranging:

verb

Crash (a motor vehicle or aircraft).

Usage examples:

Ernie pranged his sports car last month
noun

A crash involving a motor vehicle or aircraft.

Usage examples:

He had numerous prangs and near misses in his motoring life

Prangs

praŋ

Meanings of Prangs:

verb

Crash (a motor vehicle or aircraft).

Usage examples:

Ernie pranged his sports car last month
noun

A crash involving a motor vehicle or aircraft.

Usage examples:

He had numerous prangs and near misses in his motoring life

Prank

praŋk

Meanings of Prank:

noun

A practical joke or mischievous act.

Usage examples:

The tapestry was stolen as part of a drunken student prank
verb

Play a trick or practical joke on (someone).

Usage examples:

The individuals who were pranked thought they were auditioning to be a tv show host

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