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pro memoria
/prddoh me maw"rddi ah/; Eng. /proh" meuh mawr"ee euh, -mohr"-/, Latin. for memory (used in diplomacy to recall rights that have lapsed for a long time). * * *
pro patria
/prddoh pah"trddi ah'/; Eng. /proh pay"tree euh, pa"-/, Latin. for one's country. * * *
pro rata
/proh ray"teuh, rah"-/ in proportion; according to a certain rate. [1565-75; < ML pro rata] * * *
pro re nata
/prddoh" rdde" nah"tah/; Eng. /proh" ree" nay"teuh, ray"/, Latin. for an unforeseen need or contingency. [lit., for a thing born] * * *
pro shop
a shop that is operated in connection with a golf or tennis club, resort, etc., and has sports equipment and often recreational clothing for sale or rent and is usually ...
pro tem
/proh" tem"/. Seepro tempore. * * *
pro tempore
/prddoh" tem"paw rdde'/; Eng. /proh" tem"peuh ree'/, Latin. 1. temporarily; for the time being. 2. temporary. * * *
pro-
pro-1 1. a prefix indicating favor for some party, system, idea, etc., without identity with the group (pro-British; pro-Communist; proslavery), having anti- as its opposite. 2. ...
pro-abortion
pro-a·bor·tion (prō'ə-bôrʹshən) adj. Favoring or supporting legalized abortion.   pro'a·borʹtion·ist n. * * *
pro-Abyssinian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Alabaman
adj., n. * * *
pro-Alaskan
adj., n. * * *
pro-Algerian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Alsatian
adj., n. * * *
pro-am
/proh"am"/, adj. 1. including both professionals and amateurs. n. 2. any sporting event in which professionals play with amateurs. [1945-50; pro(fessional)-am(ateur)] * * *
pro-American
adj., n. * * *
pro-Anglican
adj., n. * * *
pro-Arab
adj. * * *
pro-Arabian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Arabic
adj. * * *
pro-Argentina
adj. * * *
pro-Argentinean
adj., n. * * *
pro-Arian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Armenian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Asian
adj. * * *
pro-Asiatic
adj. * * *
pro-Athenian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Australian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Austrian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Baconian
adj. * * *
pro-Baptist
adj., n. * * *
pro-Belgian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Biblical
adj. * * *
pro-Bohemian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Bolivian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Bolshevik
adj., n. * * *
pro-Bolshevist
n., adj. * * *
pro-Brazilian
adj., n. * * *
pro-British
adj. * * *
pro-Buddhist
n., adj. * * *
pro-budgeting
adj. * * *
pro-Bulgarian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Burman
adj. * * *
pro-busing
/proh bus"ing/, adj. favoring or advocating legislation that requires the busing of students from one school district to another to achieve racial balance in public ...
pro-Cambodia
adj. * * *
pro-Cambodian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Cameroon
adj., n. * * *
pro-Canadian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Catholic
adj., n. * * *
pro-Ceylon
adj. * * *
pro-Ceylonese
adj., n., pl. pro-Ceylonese. * * *
pro-Chilean
adj., n. * * *
pro-Chinese
adj., n., pl. pro-Chinese. * * *
pro-choice
—pro-choicer, n. /proh choys"/, adj. supporting or advocating legalized abortion. Also, prochoice. Cf. pro-life. [1970-75] * * *
pro-choicer
See pro-choice. * * *
pro-Colombian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Confederate
adj. * * *
pro-Congolese
adj., n., pl. pro-Congolese. * * *
pro-Cuban
adj., n. * * *
pro-Cypriote
adj., n. * * *
pro-Cyprus
adj. * * *
pro-Czech
adj., n. * * *
pro-Czechoslovakian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Danish
adj. * * *
pro-Darwin
adj. * * *
pro-Darwinian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Denmark
adj. * * *
pro-Dominican
adj., n. * * *
pro-East
adj. * * *
pro-Eastern
adj. * * *
pro-Ecuador
adj. * * *
pro-Egyptian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Elizabethan
adj. * * *
pro-Emersonian
adj., n. * * *
pro-English
adj. * * *
pro-Eskimo
adj., n., pl. pro-Eskimos, pro-Eskimo. * * *
pro-Ethiopian
adj., n. * * *
pro-European
adj., n. * * *
pro-family
pro-family [prō′fam′ə lē, prō′fam′lē] adj. 1. that favors or benefits families 2. that promotes or protects the well-being of the family, esp. the nuclear family, as ...
pro-Finnish
adj. * * *
pro-Florentine
adj. * * *
pro-form
/proh"fawrm'/, n. Gram. a word used to replace or substitute for a word, phrase, or clause belonging to a given grammatical class, as a pronoun used to replace a noun or noun ...
pro-France
adj. * * *
pro-French
adj. * * *
pro-Freud
adj. * * *
pro-Freudian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Gaelic
adj. * * *
pro-Gentile
adj., n. * * *
pro-German
adj., n. * * *
pro-Ghana
adj. * * *
pro-Gothic
adj. * * *
pro-government
adj. * * *
pro-Grecian
adj. * * *
pro-Greek
adj., n. * * *
pro-growth
—pro-growther, n. /proh"grohth"/, adj. favoring or advocating the commercial development or exploitation of land and other natural resources, esp. with minimal government ...
pro-Guatemalan
adj., n. * * *
pro-Haitian
adj. * * *
pro-Hawaiian
adj. * * *
pro-Hellenic
adj. * * *
pro-Hindu
adj. * * *
pro-Hitler
adj. * * *
pro-Honduran
adj., n. * * *
pro-Hungarian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Icelandic
adj. * * *
pro-Indian
adj. * * *
pro-Indonesian
adj. * * *
pro-Iranian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Iraq
adj. * * *
pro-Iraqi
n., adj. * * *
pro-Irish
adj. * * *
pro-Israel
adj. * * *
pro-Israeli
n., adj. * * *
pro-Italian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Jacobean
adj. * * *
pro-Japanese
adj., n., pl. pro-Japanese. * * *
pro-Jewish
adj. * * *
pro-Jordan
adj. * * *
pro-Korean
adj., n. * * *
pro-Koweit
adj. * * *
pro-Kuwait
adj. * * *
pro-Laos
adj. * * *
pro-Laotian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Latin
adj. * * *
pro-Lebanese
adj., n., pl. pro-Lebanese. * * *
pro-Liberian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Libyan
adj., n. * * *
pro-life
—pro-lifer, n. /proh luyf"/, adj. opposed to legalized abortion; right-to-life. Cf. pro-choice. [1960-65] * * *
pro-lifer
See pro-life. * * *
pro-Madagascan
adj., n. * * *
pro-Malayan
adj., n. * * *
pro-Malaysian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Methodist
adj., n. * * *
pro-Mexican
adj., n. * * *
pro-Monaco
adj. * * *
pro-Moroccan
adj., n. * * *
pro-Moslem
adj., n. * * *
pro-Muslem
adj., n. * * *
pro-Muslim
adj., n. * * *
pro-Negro
adj., n., pl. pro-Negroes. * * *
pro-Nigerian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Nordic
adj. * * *
pro-North
adj. * * *
pro-Northern
adj. * * *
pro-Norwegian
adj., n. * * *
pro-oestrus
/proh es"treuhs, -ee"streuhs/, n. proestrus. * * *
pro-opera
adj. * * *
pro-Oriental
adj., n. * * *
pro-orthodox
adj. * * *
pro-orthodoxy
adj. * * *
pro-Panama
adj. * * *
pro-Panamanian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Paraguay
adj. * * *
pro-Paraguayan
adj., n. * * *
pro-Peruvian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Philippine
adj. * * *
pro-Polish
adj. * * *
pro-Portuguese
adj., n., pl. pro-Portuguese. * * *
pro-Presbyterian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Protestant
adj., n. * * *
pro-Prussian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Quaker
adj. * * *
pro-rata
/proh ray"teuh, -rah"-/, adj. proportionately determined: a pro-rata share of income. * * *
pro-Renaissance
adj. * * *
pro-Rumanian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Russian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Scriptural
adj. * * *
pro-Scripture
adj. * * *
pro-Somalia
adj. * * *
pro-South
adj. * * *
pro-Southern
adj. * * *
pro-Soviet
adj. * * *
pro-Spain
adj. * * *
pro-Spanish
adj. * * *
pro-Sudanese
adj., n., pl. pro-Sudanese. * * *
pro-Sweden
adj. * * *
pro-Swedish
adj. * * *
pro-Swiss
adj. * * *
pro-Switzerland
adj. * * *
pro-Syrian
adj. * * *
pro-Tunisian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Turkey
adj. * * *
pro-Turkish
adj. * * *
pro-Unitarian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Uruguayan
adj., n. * * *
pro-Venezuelan
adj., n. * * *
pro-verb
/proh"verrb'/, n. Gram. a word that can substitute for a verb or verb phrase, as do in They never attend board meetings, but we do regularly. [1905-10; by analogy with PRONOUN] * ...
pro-Vietnamese
adj., n., pl. pro-Vietnamese. * * *
pro-West
adj. * * *
pro-Western
adj. * * *
pro-Whig
adj. * * *
pro-Yugoslav
n., adj. * * *
pro-Yugoslavian
adj., n. * * *
pro-Zionism
n. * * *
pro-Zionist
n., adj. * * *
proa
/proh"euh/, n. any of various types of Indonesian boats, esp. a swift Malay sailing boat built with the lee side flat and balanced by a single outrigger. Also, prao. [1575-85; < ...
proabolition
adj. * * *
proabolitionist
n., adj. * * *
proabortion
—proabortionism, n. —proabortionist, n. /proh'euh bawr"sheuhn/, adj. pro-choice. Also, pro-abortion. [1975-80; PRO-1 + ABORTION] * * *
proabortionist
See pro-abortion. * * *
proabsolutist
adj., n. * * *
proabstinence
adj. * * *
proacademic
adj. * * *
proacceptance
adj. * * *
proacquisition
adj. * * *
proacquittal
adj. * * *
proacting
adj. * * *
proaction
adj. * * *
proactive
/proh ak"tiv/, adj. serving to prepare for, intervene in, or control an expected occurrence or situation, esp. a negative or difficult one; anticipatory: proactive measures ...
proactively
See proaction. * * *
proactiveness
See proaction. * * *
proactivity
See proaction. * * *
proadjournment
adj. * * *
proadmission
adj. * * *
proadoption
adj. * * *
proadvertising
adj. * * *
proadvertizing
adj. * * *
proAfrican
adj., n. * * *
proagitation
adj. * * *
proagon
/proh ag"ohn, -on, proh'ah gohn"/, n., pl. proagones /proh'euh goh"neez/. Greek. (in ancient Greek comedy) a disputatious exchange, sometimes of a slapstick nature, between the ...
proagrarian
adj. * * *
proagreement
adj. * * *
proairplane
adj. * * *
proalien
adj. * * *
proalliance
adj. * * *
proallotment
adj. * * *
proalteration
adj. * * *
proamateur
adj. * * *
proamendment
adj. * * *
proanarchic
adj. * * *
proanarchism
n. * * *
proanarchy
adj. * * *
proannexation
adj. * * *
proapostolic
adj. * * *
proappointment
adj. * * *
proapproval
adj. * * *
proarbitration
adj. * * *
proarbitrationist
n., adj. * * *
proaristocracy
adj. * * *
proaristocratic
adj. * * *
proarmy
adj. * * *
proart
adj. * * *
proassessment
adj. * * *
proassociation
adj. * * *
proatheism
n. * * *
proatheist
n., adj. * * *
proattack
adj. * * *
proattendance
adj. * * *
proauction
adj. * * *
proaudience
adj. * * *
proauthor
adj. * * *
proautomation
adj. * * *
prob
/prob/, n. Chiefly Brit. Slang. problem. [by shortening] * * *


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