Definition of Prores

1. prore [n] - See also: prore

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prores

prop├Ždeutic
proratable
prorate
prorated
prorates
prorating
proration
prorations
prore
prorector
prorectorate
prorectorates
prorectors
proreform
prorenin
prores (current term)
proresearch
prorhinal
prorogate
prorogated
prorogates
prorogating
prorogation
prorogations
prorogue
prorogued
prorogues
proroguing
prorupt
prorupted

Literary usage of Prores

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1. THe Ulster Loyalists: A Reply to the Speeches of the Rev. Dr. Kane & Mr. G by Bryan Lynch (1886)
"... it is, I contend, a justification of his action on the land question from the beginning, as it prores what he has been contending for all along the line ..."

2. Archaeologia, Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity by Society of Antiquaries of London (1852)
"... themselves with the smale necke of a rocke on the west side of the rode, with theire prores right forward to play upon us, ..."

3. Archaeologia, Or, Miscellaneous Tracts Relating to Antiquity by Society of Antiquaries of London (1851)
"... themselves with the smale necke of a rocke on the west side of the rode, with theire prores right forward to play upon us, ..."

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