Definition of Prancked
1. prancke [v] - See also: prancke
Lexicographical Neighbors of Prancked
prancked (current term)
Literary usage of Prancked
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Study of the Types of Literature by Mabel Irene Rich (1921)
"... my lips In this unhallowed air, but that this juggler Would think to charm my judgment, as mine eyes, Obtruding false rules prancked in reason's garb. ..."
2. The American Monthly Magazine by Nathaniel Parker Willis (1829)
"Like the good housewife who washed the cobwebs from her master's old wine, they think nature not fit to be seen till she has been prancked up and made tidy. ..."
3. Sketches of Lancashire Life and Localities by Edwin Waugh (1857)
"Clustering primroses were there, and the celandine with burnished leaves of gold; and wild violets prancked with gay colours; with troops of other wild ..."