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Meanings of Protyles:

noun

A hypothetical original undifferentiated matter from which the chemical elements were supposed to derive.

Meanings of Protype:

noun

An exemplar, an archetype; (originally) specifically an image from which a mould is made.

Meanings of Proud:

adjective

Feeling deep pleasure or satisfaction as a result of one's own achievements, qualities, or possessions or those of someone with whom one is closely associated.

Usage examples:

A proud grandma of three boys

Prouder

praʊd

Meanings of Prouder:

adjective

Feeling deep pleasure or satisfaction as a result of one's own achievements, qualities, or possessions or those of someone with whom one is closely associated.

Usage examples:

A proud grandma of three boys

Proudest

praʊd

Meanings of Proudest:

adjective

Feeling deep pleasure or satisfaction as a result of one's own achievements, qualities, or possessions or those of someone with whom one is closely associated.

Usage examples:

A proud grandma of three boys

Meanings of Proudful:

adjective

Full of pride; very proud. also (english regional) as adverb.

Meanings of Proudish:

adjective

Somewhat proud, rather proud.

Meanings of Proudly:

adverb

With a feeling of deep pleasure or satisfaction in one's own achievements, qualities, or possessions or those of someone with whom one is closely associated.

Usage examples:

She proudly displayed her newest creations

Proustian

ˈpruːstɪən

Meanings of Proustian:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the french writer marcel proust or his works, particularly with reference to the recovery of the lost past and the stimulation of unconscious memory.

Usage examples:

Childhood memories are triggered by a proustian moment of bayley 's catching his vest on a chair

Meanings of Proustite:

noun

A mineral which is a sulphide of silver and arsenic and usually occurs as masses of prismatic, scarlet crystals.

Meanings of Prov:

abbreviation

Proverbs (in biblical references).

Provability

ˌpruː.vəˈbɪl.ə.ti

Meanings of Provability:

noun

The fact of being able to be proved

Usage examples:

Unlike religion, science depends on provability., the only legitimate reason for agreeing not to pu…

Meanings of Provable:

adjective

Able to be proved

Usage examples:

We want to deal only in facts - what is scientifically provable., there is sometimes a divide betwe…

Meanings of Provableness:

noun

The quality, condition, or fact of being provable; demonstrability.

Provably

ˈpruːvəbli

Meanings of Provably:

adverb

In a way that is capable of being proved.

Usage examples:

Provably false claims

Meanings of Provand:

noun

Food, provisions, provender; especially the food and fodder provided for an army.

Meanings of Prove:

verb

Demonstrate the truth or existence of (something) by evidence or argument.

Usage examples:

The concept is difficult to prove

Prove-to

pruːv

Meanings of Prove-to:

verb

To show after a time or by experience that something or someone has a particular quality

Usage examples:

[ l ] the dispute over rights to the song could prove impossible to resolve., [ + to infinitive ] t…

Meanings of Prove-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 Provect:

verb

To cause (a consonant) to undergo provection. also without object.

Meanings of Provection:

noun

The devoicing of a consonant; specifically (in celtic languages) the change over a period of time of voiced consonants to the corresponding voiceless consonants (e.g. of g, d, b, v to k, t, p, f) under the influence of another consonant.

Proved

pruːv

Meanings of Proved:

verb

Demonstrate the truth or existence of (something) by evidence or argument.

Usage examples:

The concept is difficult to prove

Meanings of Proveditor:

noun

Frequently with capital initial. (a title given to) any of various officials of the venetian republic, florence, and elsewhere in northern italy, especially to a high-ranking civilian officer in charge of supplies, provisions, and artillery for the city or a dependency. hence more generally: a governor, overseer, legate, inspector.

Meanings of Proveditore:

noun

Frequently with capital initial. (a title given to) any of various officials of the venetian republic, florence, and elsewhere in northern italy, especially to a high-ranking civilian officer in charge of supplies, provisions, and artillery for the city or a dependency. hence more generally: a governor, overseer, legate, inspector.

Meanings of Provedor:

noun

A chief officer; a commander, governor, overseer; specifically = proveditor . now chiefly historical.

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