Definition of Proines

1. proine [v] - See also: proine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proines

prohibitively
prohibitiveness
prohibitives
prohibitory
prohibits
prohormone
prohormones
proign
proigned
proigning
proigns
proin
proindustrial
proine
proined
proines (current term)
proinflamation
proinflammatory
proining
proins
proinsulin
proinsulins
project
project engineer
project evaluation and review technique
project evaluation review technique
project manage
project management
project manager
projectability

Literary usage of Proines

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1. The Poems of William Dunbar by William Dunbar, George Powell McNeill (1893)
"188, 1. 30. It is also used for a bird dressing its feathers, which is the sense here. "A hawk proines when she fetches oil with her beak over her tail. ..."

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