Definition of Prostrates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of prostrate) ¹



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Definition of Prostrates

1. prostrate [v] - See also: prostrate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prostrates

prostitute
prostituted
prostitutes
prostituting
prostitution
prostitutional
prostitutions
prostitutor
prostitutors
prostomia
prostomial
prostomium
prostrate
prostrated
prostrately
prostrates (current term)
prostratin
prostrating
prostration
prostrations
prosty
prostyle
prostyles
prosuicide
prosumer
prosumers
prosurvival
prosy
prosyllogism
prosyllogisms

Literary usage of Prostrates

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1. Curiosities of the Law Reporters by Franklin Fiske Heard (1871)
"It prostrates all before its contaminating touch, and leaves death only and destruction in its train. No act however solemn, no agreement however sacred, ..."

2. Curiosities of the Law Reporters by Franklin Fiske Heard (1871)
"It prostrates all before its contaminating touch, and leaves death only and destruction in its train. No act however solemn, no agreement however sacred, ..."

3. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1843)
"Leaves deep-green ; berries middle-sized, round and large, oblong, rather acid. Tribe 9. prostrates. Branches prostrate, very tender ; leaves yellowish ..."

4. "True and Firm.": Biography of Ezra Cornell, Founder of the Cornell University by Alonzo B. Cornell (1884)
"Close of War prostrates Business.—Return to De Ruyter, 1819. THE opportunities afforded by Republican institutions, for the development and elevation of ..."

5. "True and Firm.": Biography of Ezra Cornell, Founder of the Cornell University by Alonzo B. Cornell (1884)
"Close of War prostrates Business.—Return to De Ruyter, 1819. THE opportunities afforded by Republican institutions, for the development and elevation of ..."

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