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3000 SAT Vocabulary 16: Print One-sided Flashcard

progression:
 
n. Syn. progress; sequence
sequence; act of moving forward toward a goal
projection:
 
n.
plan for anticipated course of action; thing that extends outward beyond a prevailing line or surface
proletarian:
 
n.
member of working class; blue collar person
prolific:
 
a. Syn. productive; fruitful
producing offspring or fruit in great abundance; fertile
prologue:
 
n. Syn. introduction; preface
introduction, usually to a poem or play
prolong:
 
v. Syn. lengthen
make longer; draw out; lengthen
promenade:
 
v.
walk for pleasure, display, or exercise
prominence:
 
n. Syn. notability
relative importance; property of being prominent; a standing out from the surface of something
prominent:
 
a. Syn. conspicuous; notable
conspicuous; immediately noticeable; sticking out; widely known
promiscuous:
 
a.
having casual sexual relations frequently with different partners; irregular, casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior
promontory:
 
n. Syn. cliff
natural elevation, especially a rock that projects into the sea; cliff; headland; high cape
promoter:
 
n.
person who helps to organize or finance an event; active supporter or advocate
promulgate:
 
v. Syn. announce
proclaim doctrine or law; make known by official publication
propaganda:
 
n.
organization or plan for spreading a particular doctrine or a system of principles
propagate:
 
v. Syn. multiply; spread
cause something to multiply or breed; cause to extend to broader area or larger number
propel:
 
v.
drive forward; cause to move forward or onward; push
propellant:
 
n.
something that propels or drives forward
propeller:
 
n.
machine for propelling an aircraft or boat; one who propels
prophecy:
 
n.
declaration of something to come; foretelling; prediction; knowledge of the future
propitious:
 
a. Syn. favorable; fortunate; advantageous
presenting favorable circumstances; fortunate; advantageous