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Proleg(n.) One of the fleshy legs found on the ...
Prolegate(n.) The deputy or substitute for a legate. ...
Prolegomena(pl. ) of Prolegomenon ...
Prolegomenary(a.) Of the nature of a prolegomenon; preliminary; introductory; ...
Prolegomenon(n.) A preliminary remark or observation; an introductory discourse ...
Prolepsis(n.) A figure by which objections are anticipated or ...
Prolepsis(n.) A necessary truth or assumption; a first or ...
Prolepsis(n.) An error in chronology, consisting in an event ...
Prolepsis(n.) The application of an adjective to a noun ...
Proleptic(a.) Alt. of Proleptical ...
 
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