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proxy
/prok"see/, n., pl. proxies. 1. the agency, function, or power of a person authorized to act as the deputy or substitute for another. 2. the person so authorized; substitute; ...
proxy fight
a contest between factions of stockholders in a company, in which each group attempts to gain control by soliciting signed proxy statements for sufficient votes. Also called ...
proxy marriage
a marriage performed between one of the two contracting parties and a proxy who has been authorized to represent the other. [1895-1900] * * *
proxy statement
a statement containing information, frequently exhaustive, about a corporation, its officers, and any propositions to be voted on, sent to stockholders when their proxies are ...
Prozac
/proh"zak/, Pharm., Trademark. a brand of fluoxetine hydrochloride. [1988] * * * First of the class of antidepressant drugs called selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors ...
Prozac{™}
n [U] a drug used for treating people who are depressed. It first became available in 1988 and many users claimed it increased their confidence and helped them in their daily ...
prp.
present participle. * * *
PRS
➡ Performing Right Society. * * *
prs.
pairs. * * *
PRT
See personal rapid transit. * * *
Pru
➡ Prudential * * *
Prud'hon
/prddooh dawonn"/, n. Pierre Paul /pyerdd pawl/, (Pierre Prudon), 1758-1823, French painter. * * *
Prud'hon, Pierre-Paul
born April 4, 1758, Cluny, France died Feb. 16, 1823, Paris French painter. During his years in Rome (1784–88), the works of Correggio inspired him to introduce a softer ...
prude
—prudelike, adj. /proohd/, n. a person who is excessively proper or modest in speech, conduct, dress, etc. [1695-1705; < F prude a prude (n.), prudish (adj.), short for ...
prudence
/proohd"ns/, n. 1. the quality or fact of being prudent. 2. caution with regard to practical matters; discretion. 3. regard for one's own interests. 4. provident care in the ...
Prudence
/proohd"ns/, n. a female given name. * * *
prudent
—prudently, adv. /proohd"nt/, adj. 1. wise or judicious in practical affairs; sagacious; discreet or circumspect; sober. 2. careful in providing for the future; provident: a ...
prudential
—prudentially, adv. —prudentialness, prudentiality /prooh den'shee al"i tee/, n. /prooh den"sheuhl/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, characterized by, or resulting from ...
prudentially
See prudential. * * *
Prudentius
▪ Christian poet in full  Aurelius Clemens Prudentius   born AD 348, , Caesaraugusta, Spain died after 405       Christian Latin poet whose Psychomachia (“The ...
prudently
See prudent. * * *
prudery
/prooh"deuh ree/, n., pl. pruderies for 2. 1. excessive propriety or modesty in speech, conduct, etc. 2. pruderies, prudish actions, phrases, or words. [1700-10; < F pruderie. ...
Prudhoe Bay
/prooh"doh/ an inlet of the Beaufort Sea, N of Alaska: large oil and gas fields. * * * Small inlet of the Beaufort Sea, northern Alaska, U.S. It has been the centre of ...
PrudhoeBay
Prud·hoe Bay (pro͞odʹhō, prŭdʹ-) An inlet of the Arctic Ocean on the northern coast of Alaska east of the Colville River delta. Extensive oil reserves were discovered ...
prudish
—prudishly, adv. —prudishness, n. /prooh"dish/, adj. 1. excessively proper or modest in speech, conduct, dress, etc. 2. characteristic of a prude. [1710-20; PRUDE + ...
prudishly
See prudish. * * *
prudishness
See prudishly. * * *
pruinose
/prooh"euh nohs'/, adj. Bot., Zool. covered with a frostlike bloom or powdery secretion, as a plant surface. [1820-30; < L pruinosus frosty, equiv. to pruin(a) frost (akin to ...
prune
prune1 /proohn/, n. 1. a variety of plum that dries without spoiling. 2. such a plum when dried. 3. any plum. [1300-50; late ME < MF < L pruna, pl. (taken as fem. sing.) of ...
prunella
/prooh nel"euh/, n. 1. a strong, lightweight worsted constructed in a twill weave, used in the manufacture of women's and children's apparel. 2. a smooth-faced fabric made of ...
Prunella Scales
➡ Scales * * *
prunelle
/prooh nel"/, n. 1. a sweet, brown, French liqueur distilled from plums. 2. prunella. [ < F, dim. of prune PRUNE1] * * *
pruner
See prune2. * * *
pruning
▪ horticulture       in horticulture, the removal or reduction of parts of a plant, tree, or vine that are not requisite to growth or production, are no longer visually ...
pruning hook
an implement with a hooked blade, used for pruning vines, branches, etc. [1605-15] * * *
pruning shears
small, sturdy shears used for pruning shrubbery. [1800-10] * * *
pruninghook
prun·ing hook (pro͞oʹnĭng) n. A long pole with a curved saw blade and usually a clipping mechanism on one end, used especially for pruning small trees. * * *
prunt
—prunted, adj. /prunt/, n. a small mass of glass fused to the body of a glass piece. [1890-95; of obscure orig.] * * *
prunus
prunus [pro͞o′nəs] n. any of a large genus (Prunus) of fruit trees and shrubs of the rose family, including cherry, peach, and plum trees and the blackthorn * * * ▪ plant ...
prurience
See prurient. * * *
pruriency
See prurience. * * *
prurient
—prurience, pruriency, n. —pruriently, adv. /proor"ee euhnt/, adj. 1. having, inclined to have, or characterized by lascivious or lustful thoughts, desires, etc. 2. causing ...
pruriently
See prurience. * * *
pruriginous
/proo rij"euh neuhs/, adj. Med. of, pertaining to, or causing prurigo. [1600-10; < LL pruriginosus itchy, lascivious, equiv. to prurigin- (s. of prurigo) PRURIGO + -osus -OUS] * ...
prurigo
/proo ruy"goh/, n. Pathol. a skin condition characterized by itching papules. [1640-50; < L prurigo an itching; see PRURIENT] * * *
pruritic
See pruritus. * * *
pruritus
—pruritic /proo rit"ik/, adj. /proo ruy"teuhs/, n. Pathol. itching. [1375-1425; late ME < L pruritus an itching, equiv. to pruri(re) to itch + -tus suffix of v. action] * * *
Prus
Prus abbrev. 1. Prussia 2. Prussian * * *
Prus, Bolesław
▪ Polish writer pseudonym of  Aleksander Głowacki   born August 20, 1847, Hrubieszów, Poland died May 19, 1912, Warsaw       Polish journalist, short-story writer, ...
Prus.
1. Prussia. 2. Prussian. Also, Pruss., Pruss. * * *
Prusiner, Stanley
▪ 1997       In San Francisco in the early 1970s, a young neurology resident named Stanley Prusiner was in charge of a patient who died of a rare fatal degenerative ...
Prusiner, Stanley (Ben)
born May 28, 1942, Des Moines, Iowa, U.S. U.S. neurologist. He earned his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania and subsequently taught at UC–San Francisco (1974–84) and ...
Prusiner, Stanley B.
▪ American biochemist in full  Stanley Ben Prusiner  born May 28, 1942, Des Moines, Iowa, U.S.       American neurologist whose discovery of the disease-causing ...
Prussia
/prush"euh/, n. a former state in N Europe: became a military power in the 18th century and in 1871 led the formation of the German empire; formally abolished as an ...
Prussian
/prush"euhn/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to Prussia or its inhabitants. 2. characterized by, exemplifying, or resembling Prussianism. n. 3. a native or inhabitant of Prussia. 4. ...
Prussian blue
1. a moderate to deep greenish blue. 2. one of the iron blues, a dark-blue, crystalline, water-insoluble pigment, Fe4[Fe(CN)6]3, produced by reacting ferrocyanic acid or a ...
Prussian Civil Code
byname of  German Allgemeines Landrecht        (“General State Law”), the law of the Prussian states, begun during the reign of Frederick the Great (1740–86) but ...
Prussianblue
Prussian blue n. 1. An insoluble dark blue pigment and dye, ferric ferrocyanide or one of its modifications. 2. See iron blue. 3. A moderate to strong blue or deep greenish ...
Prussianism
/prush"euh niz'euhm/, n. the militaristic spirit, system, policy, or methods historically associated with the Prussians. [1855-60; PRUSSIAN + -ISM] * * *
prussianize
—prussianization, n. —prussianizer, n. /prush"euh nuyz'/, v.t., prussianized, prussianizing. (sometimes cap.) to make Prussian, as in character, method, organization, etc. ...
prussiate
/prush"ee ayt', -it, prus"-/, n. Chem. 1. a ferricyanide or ferrocyanide. 2. a salt of prussic acid; a cyanide. [1780-90; < F; see PRUSSIC ACID, -ATE2] * * *
prussic
/prus"ik/, adj. Chem. of or derived from prussic acid. [1780-90; see PRUSSIC ACID] * * *
prussic acid
Chem. See hydrocyanic acid. [1780-90; trans. of F acide prussique (equiv. to Prusse PRUSSIA + -ique -IC); so called because it was first obtained by heating Prussian blue with ...
prussicacid
prus·sic acid (prŭsʹĭk) n. See hydrocyanic acid.   [So called because it was first obtained from Prussian blue.] * * *
Prusso-
a combining form of Prussia or Prussian. * * *
Prusso-Danish War
/prus"oh day"nish/ a war of 1864 between Prussia and Denmark by which Denmark lost Schleswig-Holstein. * * *
Prut
/prooht/, n. a river in E Europe, flowing SE from the Carpathian Mountains in Ukraine along the boundary between Moldavia (Moldova) and Rumania into the Danube. 500 mi. (800 km) ...
Prut River
▪ river, Europe also spelled  Pruth , Romanian  Prutul        a tributary of the Danube River, now forming the boundary of Romania with Moldova. Prior to 1940 and ...
pruta
/prooh tah"/, n., pl. prutoth, prutot /-tawt"/. prutah. * * *
prutah
/prooh tah"/, n., pl. prutoth, prutot /-tawt"/. a former aluminum coin of Israel, the thousandth part of a pound. [1945-50; < ModHeb pruta, post-Biblical Heb parutah a small ...
Prv
Prv abbrev. Bible Proverbs * * * Prv abbr. Proverbs. * * *
pry
pry1 /pruy/, v., pried, prying, n., pl. pries. v.i. 1. to inquire impertinently or unnecessarily into something: to pry into the personal affairs of others. 2. to look closely or ...
Pryderi
/pru dair"ee/, n. Welsh Legend. the son of Pwyll and Rhiannon who was stolen by Gwawl shortly after his birth and was restored to his parents a few years later. Cf. Cigfa. * * *
pryer
/pruy"euhr/, n. prier. * * *
prying
—pryingly, adv. —pryingness, n. /pruy"ing/, adj. 1. that pries; looking or searching curiously. 2. impertinently or unnecessarily curious or inquisitive. [1950-55; PRY1 + ...
pryingly
See prying. * * *
Pryluky
▪ Ukraine also spelled  Pryluka,  Russian  Priluki        city, northern Ukraine, on the Uday River. It is one of the oldest cities in Ukraine, being first ...
Prynne
/prin/, n. William, 1600-69, English Puritan leader and pamphleteer. * * *
Prynne, William
born 1600, Swainswick, Somerset, Eng. died Oct. 24, 1669, London English Puritan pamphleteer. Trained as a lawyer, he published Puritan tracts from 1627 and assailed Anglican ...
Pryor
▪ Oklahoma, United States also called  Pryor Creek        city, seat (1907) of Mayes county, northern Oklahoma, U.S., located northeast of Tulsa. It was settled in ...
Pryor, Richard
▪ 2006       American comedian (b. Dec. 1, 1940, Peoria, Ill.—d. Dec. 10, 2005, Los Angeles, Calif.), revolutionized American comedy with his frank and controversial ...
Prypec
/prddi"pech/, n. Polish name of the Pripet. * * *
Prypyat'
Pry·pyat' (prĭpʹyəch) See Pripet. * * *
prytaneum
/prit'n ee"euhm/, n. a public building in ancient Greece, containing the symbolic hearth of the community and commonly resembling a private dwelling in plan, used as a community ...
prythee
/pridh"ee/, interj. Archaic. prithee. * * *
Przemysl
/pshe"mish euhl/, n. a city in SE Poland: occupied by the Russians 1915. 53,200. * * * ▪ Poland       city, Podkarpackie województwo (province), southeastern Poland, ...
Przewalski's horse
/psheuh vahl"skeez, sheuh-/ a wild horse, Equus caballus przevalskii, chiefly of Mongolia and Sinkiang, characterized by light yellow coloring and a stiff, upright black mane ...
Przhevalsky, Nikolay Mikhaylovich
▪ Russian explorer born March 31 [April 6, New Style], 1839, Smolensk, Russia died October 20 [November 1], 1888, Karakol, Russian Empire [now in ...
Przyboś, Julian
▪ Polish poet born March 5, 1901, Gwóznica, Rzeszów, Austrian Empire [now in Poland] died Oct. 6, 1970, Warsaw, Pol.       Polish poet, a leading figure of the ...
Przybyszewski, Stanisław
▪ Polish author born May 7, 1868 , Łojewo, Poland, Russian Empire [now in Poland] died November 23, 1927, Jaronty, Poland       Polish essayist, playwright, and poet ...
Przysucha, Jacob Isaac ben Asher
▪ Polish Ḥasidic leader also called  Jacob Isaac of Przysucha , Przysucha also spelled  Pshishkhah , byname  Ha-Yehudi (“the Jew”) , or  Ha-Yehudi Ha-Kadosh ...
PS
1. phrase structure. 2. power steering. * * *
ps
picosecond; picoseconds. * * *
Ps.
Psalm; Psalms. Also, Psa. * * *
ps.
1. pieces. 2. pseudonym. * * *
PS2
➡ PlayStation * * *
PSA
prostate specific antigen: a protein, produced by the prostate, elevated levels of which may indicate the presence of cancer. * * *
PSA Peugeot Citroën SA
▪ French automotive company       major French automotive manufacturer and holding company, incorporated in France in 1896 as Société Anonyme des Automobiles Peugeot. ...
psalm
—psalmic, adj. /sahm/, n. 1. a sacred song or hymn. 2. (cap.) any of the songs, hymns, or prayers contained in the Book of Psalms. 3. a metric version or paraphrase of any of ...
psalm tone
▪ vocal music       melodic recitation formula used in the singing of the psalms and canticles of the Bible, followed by the “Gloria Patri” (“Glory Be to the ...
psalmbook
/sahm"book'/, n. a book containing psalms for liturgical or devotional use. [1150-1200; ME salm boc. See PSALM, BOOK] * * *
psalmist
/sah"mist/, n. 1. an author of psalms. 2. the Psalmist, David, the traditional author of the Psalms. [1475-85; < LL psalmista. See PSALM, -IST] * * *
psalmodist
See psalmody. * * *
psalmody
—psalmodic /sah mod"ik, sal-/, psalmodical, psalmodial /sah moh"dee euhl, sal-/, adj. —psalmodist, n. /sah"meuh dee, sal"meuh-/, n., pl. psalmodies. 1. the act, practice, or ...
Psalms
/sahmz/, n. (used with a sing. v.) a book of the Bible, composed of 150 songs, hymns, and prayers. Abbr.: Ps. * * * ▪ biblical literature       book of the Old ...
Psalter
/sawl"teuhr/, n. 1. the Biblical book of Psalms. 2. (sometimes l.c.) a psalmbook. [bef. 900; < LL psalterium the Psalter, L: a psaltery < Gk psaltérion stringed instrument; r. ...
psalterial
See psalterium. * * *
psalterium
—psalterial, adj. /sawl tear"ee euhm/, n., pl. psalteria /-tear"ee euh/. Zool. the omasum. [1855-60; < LL psalterium the PSALTER, the folds of the omasum being likened to the ...
psaltery
/sawl"teuh ree/, n., pl. psalteries. 1. an ancient musical instrument consisting of a flat sounding box with numerous strings which are plucked with the fingers or with a ...
psammite
—psammitic /sa mit"ik/, adj. /sam"uyt/, n. Geol. any sandstone. Also called arenite. [1880-85; < Gk psámm(os) sand + -ITE1] * * *
psammon
psammon [sam′än΄, sam′ən] n. 〚ModL < Gr psammos, SAND〛 Ecol. a group of those microorganisms that live in the water held between sand grains in waterlogged sands * * *
psammophyte
—psammophytic /saem'euh fit"ik/, adj. /sam"euh fuyt'/, n. a plant that grows in sand or sandy soil. [1900-05; < Gk psammo- (comb. form of psámmos sand) + -PHYTE] * * *
psammosere
/sam"euh sear'/, n. Ecol. a sere originating on sand or sandy soil. [1915-20; < Gk psammo- (comb. form of psámmos sand) + SERE2] * * *
Psamtik I
/sam"tik/ king of Egypt 663-609 B.C. (son of Necho I). * * * ▪ king of Egypt Psamtik also spelled  Psammetichus  died 610 BCE       governor, later king (reigned ...
Psamtik II
▪ king of Egypt Psamtik also spelled  Psammetichus  died 589 BCE  king (reigned 595–589 BCE) of the 26th dynasty (664–525 BCE; see ] (Egypt, ancient)) of ancient Egypt ...
Psamtik III
▪ king of Egypt Psamtik also spelled  Psammetichus  flourished 6th century BCE       last king (reigned 526–525 BCE) of the 26th dynasty (664–525 BCE; see ] ...
PSAT
Trademark. See Preliminary SAT/National Merit Qualifying Test. * * *
PSAT/NMSQT
PSAT/NMSQT A trademark used for a preliminary standardized college entrance examination. * * *
PSBR
➡ Public Sector Borrowing Requirement. * * *
PSC
Public Service Commission. * * *
pschent
/skent, pskent/, n. the double crown worn by ancient Egyptian kings, symbolic of dominion over Upper and Lower Egypt, which had previously been separate kingdoms. [1805-15; < Gk ...
PSD
prevention of significant deterioration: used as a standard of measurement by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. * * *
PSE.
See Pidgin Sign English. * * *
psec
picosecond; picoseconds. Also, ps. * * *
psellism
/sel"iz euhm/, n. Pathol. stuttering; stammering. [1790-1800; < Gk psellismós stammering, equiv. to psell(ízein) to stammer + -ismos -ISM] * * *
Psellus, Michael
▪ Byzantine philosopher, theologian, and statesman born 1018, Constantinople died c. 1078       Byzantine philosopher, theologian, and statesman whose advocacy of ...
psephite
/see"fuyt/, n. Geol. any coarse rock, as breccia or conglomerate. [ < Gk psêph(os) pebble + -ITE1] * * *
psephological
See psephology. * * *
psephologist
See psephological. * * *
psephology
—psephological /-feuh loj"i keuhl/, adj. —psephologist, n. /see fol"euh jee/, n. the study of elections. [1950-55; < Gk psêpho(s) pebble + -LOGY; so called from the Athenian ...
pseud
/soohd/, Informal. n. 1. a person of fatuously earnest intellectual, artistic, or social pretensions. adj. 2. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a pseud. [1960-65; by ...
pseud-
var. of pseudo- before a vowel: pseudepigraphy. * * *
pseud.
pseudonym. * * *
pseudamphora
/sooh dam"feuhr euh/, n., pl. pseudamphorae /-feuh ree'/. a Mycenaean vase having a spherical body, a spout on the shoulder, and a handle, curving across the top, supported by a ...
pseudaxis
pseud·ax·is (so͞o-dăkʹsĭs) n. See sympodium. * * *
pseudepigrapha
—pseudepigraphic /sooh'dep i graf"ik/, pseudepigraphical, pseudepigraphous, pseudepigraphal, adj. /sooh'deuh pig"reuh feuh/, n. (used with a plural v.) certain writings (other ...
pseudepigraphal
See pseudepigrapha. * * *
pseudepigraphic
See pseudepigraphal. * * *
pseudepigraphical
See pseudepigraphal. * * *
pseudepigraphous
See pseudepigraphal. * * *
pseudepigraphy
/sooh'deuh pig"reuh fee/, n. the false ascription of a piece of writing to an author. [1835-45; PSEUD- + Gk epigraph(eús) title, ascription to an author (see EPIGRAPH) + -Y3] * ...
pseudesthesia
/sooh'deuhs thee"zheuh, -zhee euh, -zee euh/, n. See phantom limb pain. [1835-45; PSEUD- + ESTHESIA] * * *
pseudisodomic
/sooh'duy seuh dom"ik/, adj. Archit. (of ashlar) composed of stones having the same length, laid in courses of different heights. [ < Gk pseudisódomos. See PSEUD-, ISODOMIC] * * ...
pseudo
/sooh"doh/, adj. 1. not actually but having the appearance of; pretended; false or spurious; sham. 2. almost, approaching, or trying to be. [1940-45; independent use of ...
pseudo-
a combining form meaning "false," "pretended," "unreal," used in the formation of compound words (pseudoclassic; pseudointellectual): in scientific use, denoting close or ...
pseudo-African
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-American
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Argentinean
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Aristotelian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Aryan
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Assyrian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Australian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Austrian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Babylonian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Baptist
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Belgian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Bohemian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Bolivian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Brahman
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Brazilian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Buddhist
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Bulgarian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Canadian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Carthaginian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Catholic
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Chilean
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Chinese
adj., n., pl. pseudo-Chinese. * * *
pseudo-Christian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Ciceronian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-cleft sentence
/sooh"doh kleft', sooh'doh kleft"/. See cleft sentence (def. 2). * * *
pseudo-code
/sooh"doh kohd'/, n. Computers. a program code unrelated to the hardware of a particular computer and requiring conversion to the code used by the computer before the program can ...
Pseudo-Dionysius
/sooh"doh duy'euh nish"ee euhs, -nis"-/, n. fl. c4th or 5th century A.D., author of a number of mystical works: identified, during the Middle Ages, with Dionysius the ...
Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite
flourished с 500 Probably a Syrian monk. Under the pseudonym Dionysius the Areopagite, he wrote a series of treatises that united Neoplatonic philosophy (see Neoplatonism), ...
pseudo-Dutch
adj. * * *
pseudo-EastIndian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Egyptian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Elizabethan
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-English
adj. * * *
pseudo-Episcopalian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-European
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-event
/sooh'doh i vent"/, n. an event that is staged primarily so that it can be reported in the media. [1960-65, Amer.] * * *
pseudo-French
adj. * * *
pseudo-Georgian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-German
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Germanic
adj. * * *
pseudo-Gothic
adj. * * *
pseudo-Grecian
adj. * * *
pseudo-Greek
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-hieroglyphic
/sooh'doh huy'euhr euh glif"ik, -huy'reuh-/, adj. noting or pertaining to a script dating from the second millennium B.C. that appears to be syllabic and to represent the ...
pseudo-Hindu
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Homeric
adj. * * *
pseudo-Hungarian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Incan
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Indian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Iranian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Irish
adj. * * *
Pseudo-Isidorian
/sooh'doh iz'i dawr"ee euhn, -dohr"-/, adj. of or pertaining to the collection of documents of the 9th century A.D. that consist chiefly of the Decretals, attributed to Isidore, ...
pseudo-Italian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Japanese
adj., n., pl. pseudo-Japanese. * * *
pseudo-Mayan
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Methodist
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Mexican
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Miltonic
adj. * * *
pseudo-Mohammedan
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Mongolian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Moslem
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Muslem
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Muslim
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Norwegian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Panamanian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Persian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Polish
adj. * * *
pseudo-Presbyterian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Republican
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Roman
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Russian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Semitic
adj. * * *
pseudo-Serbian
adj., n. * * *
pseudo-Socratic
adj. * * *
pseudo-Spanish
adj. * * *
pseudo-Swedish
adj. * * *
pseudo-Turkish
adj. * * *
pseudo-Victorian
adj., n. * * *
pseudoacademic
adj. * * *
pseudoaccidental
adj.; pseudoaccidentally, adv. * * *
pseudoaesthetic
adj. * * *
pseudoaffectionate
adj.; pseudoaffectionately, adv. * * *
pseudoaggressive
adj.; pseudoaggressively, adv. * * *
pseudoalum
pseudoalum [so͞o΄dō al′əm] n. 〚 PSEUDO- + ALUM1〛 any of a class of alums in which the usual monovalent metal of a true alum is replaced by a bivalent metal * * *
pseudoalveolar
adj. * * *
pseudoamateurish
adj.; pseudoamateurishly, adv. * * *
pseudoamatorial
adj. * * *
pseudoamatory
adj. * * *
pseudoambidextrous
adj.; pseudoambidextrously, adv. * * *
pseudoanaemic
adj. * * *
pseudoanatomic
adj. * * *
pseudoanatomical
adj.; pseudoanatomically, adv. * * *
pseudoancestral
adj.; pseudoancestrally, adv. * * *
pseudoanemia
n. * * *
pseudoanemic
adj. * * *
pseudoangelic
adj. * * *
pseudoangelical
adj.; pseudoangelically, adv. * * *
pseudoantique
adj., n. * * *


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