Words That Start With Pr: A Useful List

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  1. Praiseworthy- deserving approval and admiration.
  2. Prairie- a large open area of grassland.
  3. Prance- to move with high, springy steps.
  4. Prankster- a person who plays tricks or practical jokes.
  5. Prayer- a solemn request for help or expression of thanks addressed to God or an object of worship.
  6. Preach- to deliver a sermon or religious address.
  7. Precede- to come before something in time.
  8. Precise- marked by exactness and accuracy.
  9. Predict- to say that something will happen in the future.
  10. Preface- an introduction to a book, typically stating its subject, scope, or aims.
  11. Prefer- to like one thing better than another.
  12. Prefix- a word, letter, or number placed before another.
  13. Preheat- to heat something beforehand.
  14. Premise- an assertion or proposition which forms the basis for a work or theory.
  15. Prepare- to make ready for use.
  16. Preschool- an educational establishment offering early childhood education.
  17. Presence- the state of being present.
  18. Present- existing or occurring now.
  19. Preserve- to maintain something in its original state.
  20. Press- to apply pressure.
  21. Prestige- respect and admiration felt for someone or something.
  22. Pretty- attractive in a delicate way.
  23. Prevail- to prove more powerful or superior.
  24. Prevent- to stop something from happening.
  25. Previous- existing or occurring before in time.
  26. Prickly- covered in prickles.
  27. Pride- a feeling of deep satisfaction derived from one’s own achievements.
  28. Primary- of chief importance; principal.
  29. Prime- of first importance; main.
  30. Primitive- being in an early stage of development.
  31. Principal- first in order of importance.
  32. Principle- a fundamental truth or proposition.
  33. Print- to produce books, newspapers, etc., by applying ink to paper.
  34. Prior- existing or coming before in time.
  35. Prison- a place for the confinement of people accused or convicted of a crime.
  36. Privilege- a special right or advantage.
  37. Prize- an award for victory or superiority.
  38. Problem- a matter or situation regarded as unwelcome.
  39. Proceed- to begin or continue an action.
  40. Process- a series of actions or steps taken to achieve an end.
  41. Proclaim- to announce officially.
  42. Produce- to make or manufacture from components.
  43. Product- an article or substance that is manufactured or refined.
  44. Professional- engaged in a specified activity as one’s main paid occupation.
  45. Profound- very great or intense.
  46. Program- a planned series of future events or performances.
  47. Prohibit- to formally forbid something.
  48. Project- an individual or collaborative enterprise.
  49. Prologue- a separate introductory section of a literary work.
  50. Promote- to advance or raise to a higher position.
  51. Proof- evidence or argument establishing a fact or the truth.
  52. Proper- suitable or appropriate.
  53. Property- a thing or things belonging to someone.
  54. Prophecy- a prediction.
  55. Propose- to put forward for consideration.
  56. Prospect- the possibility or likelihood of some future event occurring.
  57. Prosper- to succeed in material terms.
  58. Protect- to keep safe from harm.
  59. Protein- a nutrient essential for growth and repair.
  60. Protest- a statement or action expressing disapproval.
  61. Proud- feeling deep pleasure or satisfaction due to achievements.
  62. Prove- to demonstrate the truth or existence of something.
  63. Provide- to make available for use.
  64. Province- a principal administrative division of certain countries.
  65. Provision- the action of providing or supplying something.
  66. Provoke- to stimulate or give rise to a reaction.
  67. Prudence- the quality of being cautious.
  68. Prudent- acting with or showing care and thought.
  69. Prune- to trim a tree, shrub, or bush.
  70. Pry- to inquire too closely into someone’s private affairs.
  71. Practical- concerned with the actual doing or use of something.
  72. Practice- the actual application or use of an idea, belief, or method.
  73. Practitioner- a person actively engaged in an art, discipline, or profession.
  74. Praise- express warm approval or admiration.
  75. Predictable- able to be predicted.
  76. Premature- occurring or done before the usual or proper time.
  77. Prevalent- widespread in a particular area or at a particular time.
  78. Prefixes- letters added to the beginning of a word to change its meaning.
  79. Pristine- in its original condition.
  80. Prejudice- preconceived opinion not based on reason or actual experience.
  81. Prick- to make a small hole with a sharp point.
  82. Privacy- the state of being free from public attention.
  83. Primarily- for the most part.
  84. Prioritize- to arrange in order of importance.
  85. Principle- a rule or belief governing behavior.
  86. Procure- to obtain something, especially with effort.
  87. Prolong- to extend the duration of.
  88. Promise- a declaration that one will do something.
  89. Prose- written or spoken language in its ordinary form.
  90. Proximity- nearness in space, time, or relationship.
  91. Propensity- an inclination or natural tendency to behave in a particular way.
  92. Propagate- to spread and promote an idea or theory.
  93. Prospectus- a printed document that advertises or describes a school, commercial enterprise, etc.
  94. Prototype- a first model of something from which other forms are developed.
  95. Proverb- a short, well-known pithy saying.
  96. Providence- the protective care of God or nature.
  97. Psychological- relating to the mind or mental processes.
  98. Prototype- the first, original, or typical instance of something.
  99. Provident- making or indicative of timely preparation for the future.
  100. Prurient- having or encouraging an excessive interest in sexual matters.

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