Definition of Prouler
1. proler [n -S] - See also: proler
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Literary usage of Prouler
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1. A Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, Obsolete Phrases, Proverbs by James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps (1850)
"11. PROUD-PEAR. A kind of pear. It is men- tioned in Florio, ed. 1611, p. 182. PROI'D-TAILOR. Л goldfinch, far. dial. prouler. ..."
2. Dictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English: Containing Words from the by Thomas Wright (1857)
"West. (6) Projecting; extending. Leic. PROUD-PEAR, ». A kind of pear mentioned by Florio. PROUD-TAILOR, ». The goldfinch. prouler, ». A thief. ..."
3. Life of Andrew Hull Foote: Rear-admiral United States Navy by James Mason Hoppin (1874)
"prouler, Carrasco, and Cook, recently deceased. Svo, Cloth, nearly 800 pages, $6 00. VINCENT'S LAND OF THE WHITE ELEPHANT. The Lund of the While Elephant: ..."
4. Spain and the Spaniards by Edmondo De Amicis, Wilhelmina W. Cady (1880)
"There cannot have existed in the world a nation prouler of their history than the Spanish pt'ople. It is really an incredible thing. ..."