Definition of Pratie

1. Noun. (alternative form of praty) ¹



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Definition of Pratie

1. a potato [n -S] - See also: potato

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pratie

prat about
prat digger
prate
prated
prateful
prater
praters
prates
pratfall
pratfallen
pratfalling
pratfalls
pratfell
pratic
pratie (current term)
praties
pratincole
pratincoles
prating
pratingly
pratings
pratiques
prats
pratt
pratted
prattery
pratting
prattle

Literary usage of Pratie

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Soldier Songs and Love Songs by Alexander Hamilton Laidlaw (1898)
"THE pratie, THK PIG AND POTEEN. 'Tis daily this baste Will ... The P's are but three, But they're plenty for me,— The pratie, the Pig, the Poteen. ..."

2. Pat M'Carty, Farmer, of Antrim: His Rhymes, with a Setting by John Stevenson (1905)
"ODE TO A pratie THY name is Murphy. On the Antrim hills There's ... seed's to be had It is the biggest pratie that the country grows, And tastes not bad. ..."

3. Pat M'Carty, Farmer, of Antrim: His Rhymes, with a Setting by John Stevenson (1903)
"ODE TO A pratie THY name is Murphy. On the Antrim hills There's ... seed's to be had It is the biggest pratie that the country grows, And tastes not bad. ..."

4. Words and Their Uses, Past and Present: A Study of the English Language by Richard Grant White (1870)
"But when, stepping down from the sublime of the conditioned, I reflect that although we may say of Paddy, He bolts the pratie, we may not say, ..."

5. Words and Their Uses, Past and Present: A Study of the English Language by Richard Grant White (1870)
"But when, stepping down from the sublime of the conditioned, I reflect that although we may say of Paddy, He bolts the pratie, we may not say, ..."

6. Words and Their Uses, Past and Present: A Study of the English Language by Richard Grant White (1882)
"But when, stepping clown from the sublime of the conditioned, I reflect that although we may say of P.-iddy, He bolts the pratie, we may not say, ..."

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