Definition of Prodigals

1. Noun. (plural of prodigal) ¹



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Definition of Prodigals

1. prodigal [n] - See also: prodigal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prodigals

prodelision
prodelisions
prodemocracy
prodifferentiative
prodigal
prodigal son
prodigal sons
prodigalities
prodigality
prodigalize
prodigalized
prodigalizes
prodigalizing
prodigally
prodigalness
prodigals (current term)
prodigate
prodigence
prodigies
prodigiosin
prodigious
prodigiously
prodigiousness
prodigy
prodine
prodition
proditions
proditor
proditorious
proditoriously

Literary usage of Prodigals

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1. Biblical Counsel: Resources for Renewal : an Annotated Topical Bibliography by Steven C. Kettler (1993)
"Graham, Ruth Bell, prodigals and Those Who Love Them (Colorado Springs, ... Stories of other prodigals, some famous, some not, whose retum to our Father ..."

2. An Introduction to Poetry by Jay Broadus Hubbell, John Owen Beaty (1922)
"THE prodigals "Princes!—and you, most valorous, Nobles and Barons of all degrees! Hearken awhile to the prayer of us,— Beggars that come from the over-seas! ..."

3. A Memorial of Alice and Phoebe Cary: With Some of Their Later Poems by Mary Clemmer, Alice Cary, Phoebe Cary (1875)
"prodigals. A.GAIN, in the Book of Books, to-day [ read of that Prodigal, far away In the centuries agone, Who took the portion that to him fell, ..."

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