Definition of Prutot

1. Noun. (plural of prutah) ¹



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Definition of Prutot

1. pruta [n] - See also: pruta

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prutot

prussianise
prussianised
prussianises
prussianising
prussianization
prussianize
prussianized
prussianizes
prussianizing
prussiate
prussiates
prussic
prussic acid
pruta
prutah
prutot (current term)
prutoth
pry
pry bar
pryan
pryany
prybar
prybars
pryde
prydes
pryer
pryers
prying
pryingly
pryings

Literary usage of Prutot

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1. A Complete Collection of the Protests of the Lords: With Historical by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords, James Edwin Thorold Rogers (1875)
"... namely on the rejection of the ]>etition from the London against the Quakers' Affirmation Bill, the reasons for this prutot expunged by 54 votes to 18. ..."

2. Clinical Gynœcology, Medical and Surgical by Henry Clarke Coe (1895)
"... weis without being obliged to assume an unnatural position, and with uch less disarrangement of her apparel ; 2, she is better able to prutot r clothing ..."

3. Venezuelan Arbitrations of 1903: Including Protocols, Personnel and Rules of by Jackson Harvey Ralston, W. T. Sherman Doyle (1904)
"With the earnest request that you will please take cognizance of this new prutot from the Government of the Republic, and of the grave circumstances which ..."

4. Histoire de France by Jules Michelet (1874)
"II laissa faire, il abandonna sa femme prutot que sa popularité, il resta pour le peuple le bon duc. Cette patience d'un homme si fougueux, et dans une si ..."

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