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prophecypronunciation.noun,.plural.prophecies
a prophecy is a prediction, where someone makes a statement they strongly believe in that a particular thing will happen; an inspired.utterance of a prophet; a prediction of something to come to pass; a.prophecy.is what was said (a noun) and.prophesy.is the act of saying the prediction (a verb)

prophesy, prophesied, prophesying, prophesies.transitive verbs
the act of revealing a prophecy; to reveal by divine inspiration; to predict with certainty by divine.inspiration (prophesied the birth of Emmanuel); foretell; foreshow; if you prophesy that something will happen, you say that you strongly believe that it will happen
intransitive verb use.to reveal the will or message of God (a prophet who speaks of things to come); to predict the future as if by divine inspiration (he saw clearly where they would end up if they didn't change their ways); to speak as a prophet
prophesier.noun,.plural.prophesiers

propheticpronunciation also prophetical.adjective
of, belonging to or characteristic of a prophet or prophecy (prophetic books; prophetic passages such as Daniel 11); foretelling events by divine inspiration (casual words that proved prophetic)
propheticallypronunciation.adverb
propheticalness.noun

prophetpronunciation.noun,.plural.prophets
a man or woman who speaks by divine.inspiration; a prophet is a person chosen by God to say things that God wants to tell people; the prophets in the Bible
prophethood.noun

provokepronunciation, provokes, provoked, provoking.transitive verbs
to arouse to a feeling or action; to make others sharp (Proverbs 27:17 "As iron sharpens iron, so also a man can sharpen the presence of others."); to incite to anger or resentment; to stir to action or feeling; to give rise to; evoke (provoke laughter)
provocation.noun,.plural.provocations
the act of provoking or inciting; something that provokes; to bring about deliberately; induce
provokingly.adverb

provocativepronunciation.adjective
tending to provoke.(her dress aroused both interest and jealousy depending on the sexual identity of those seeing it)
provocative.noun
provocatively.adverb
provocativeness.noun

prudencepronunciation.noun
the ability to govern and discipline oneself by the use of reason; sagacity or shrewdness in the management of affairs; skill and good judgment in the use of resources; caution or circumspection as to danger or risk 
prudent.adjective
wise in handling practical matters; characterized by, arising from, or showing prudence; careful in regard to one's own interests; provident; careful about one's conduct; circumspect; exercising good judgment or common sense; marked by wisdom or judiciousness; sensible; shrewd in the management of practical affairs; marked by circumspection; discreet; frugal; wise
prudently.adverb

purgativepronunciation.adjective
purging or tending to purge 
purgative as a.noun
a purging medicine; cathartic

purveypronunciation, purveys, purveyed, purveying.transitive verbs
peddle; to advertise or circulate; to supply asprovisions usually as a matter of business
purveyorpronunciation.noun,.plural.purveyors
one that purveys; victualer; caterer
purveyance.noun

peculiarly.adverb
peculiaritypronunciation.noun,.plural.peculiarities (pronounced 'p q lee air' it ease') 
the quality or state of being peculiar; a notable or distinctive.feature or characteristic; an eccentricity; an idiosyncrasy
peculiar.adjective
characteristic of only one person, group or thing; distinctive; if something is peculiar to a particular thing, person or situation, it belongs or relates only to that thing, person or situation; different from the usual or normal; special; particular; curious; strange; odd; eccentric; peculiar applies to qualities possessed only by a particular individual or class or kind and stresses.rarity or uniqueness.(an eccentricity that is peculiar to the British)

pedophile.noun,.plural.pedophiles
an adult who is sexually attracted to a child or children
pedophilic.adjective
pedophilia.noun.(pronounced 'ped o feel e ah)
sexual perversion in which children are the preferred sexual object to the one attracted to them
pedophiliac.or.pedophilic.adjective

pederasty.(pronounced 'ped er as tee), pederast.nouns
sex as practiced by a man with a boy

phenomenonpronunciation.noun,.plural.phenomena.or.phenomenons
an observable fact or event.generally beyond rational belief, brought about through connection with the sustaining.Soul of the universe (manifestation into visibility from the invisible connecton providing support of all we see and know of); an occurrence, a circumstance or a fact that is perceptible
phenomenons.plural
an exceptional, unusual or abnormal occurrence, thing or person such as a clairvoyant would be and such as the strange occurrence in early New Testament days of 'tongues'
phenomenalistically.adverb
phenomenalistic.adjective
phenomenalist.noun
Usage note:.phenomenon is the only singular form of this noun; phenomena is the usual plural. Phenomenons may also be used as the plural in nonscientific writing when the meaning is 'extraordinary things, occurrences or persons' (they were phenomenons in the history of music). See more Usage notes.

phenomenal.noun
of, relating.to.or.constituting.phenomena or a phenomenon; extraordinary; outstanding (phenomenal achievements include walking on water and levitating)
phenomenally.adverb

phenomenalism.noun
Philosophy: the doctrine, set forth by David Hume and his successors, that percepts and concepts actually present in the mind constitute the sole object of knowledge, with the objects of perception themselves, their origin outside the mind, or the nature of the mind itself remaining forever beyond inquiry - Hume had no idea of quantum reality which includes the Soul

pietypronunciation.noun,.plural.pieties
the quality or state of being pious; fidelity to natural obligations (as to parents); dutifulness in religion; devoutness; an act inspired by piety; a conventional belief or standard; orthodoxy

piouspronunciation.adjective 
marked by or showing reverence for deity and devotion to divine worship (a good spiritual guy); sacred or devotional as distinct from the profane or secular; commendable; worthy (a pious effort); religious; devout; professing or exhibiting a pretentious strict, traditional sense of virtue and morality; high-minded; self-righteous
piously.adverb
piousness.noun
piosity.noun,.plural.piosities
an exaggerated.feigned display of piety

predisposepronunciation, predisposed, predisposing, predisposes.transitive verbs
to dispose in advance (a good teacher predisposes children to learn); to make susceptible-(malnutrition predisposes one to disease; susceptible to angry outbursts) 
intransitive verb senses.to bring about susceptibility

predispositionpronunciation.noun,.plural.predispositions
the state of being predisposed; tendency, inclination, or susceptibility

prerequisitepronunciation.noun,.plural.prerequisites
something that is necessary to an end or to the carrying out of a function
prerequisite.adjective
compare-requisite

perquisitepronunciation.noun
a payment or profit received in addition to a regular wage or salary, especially a benefit expected as one's due; the right; a tip; a gratuity; something claimed as an exclusive right (politics was the perquisite of the upper class)

presumepronunciation, presumed, presuming, presumes.transitive verbs
presume generally has a somewhat negative implication; if you presume that something is the case, you think that it is the case,.although you are not certain; to take for granted as being true.in the absence of proof.to the contrary; to take upon oneself.without.permission or authority; appear to prove; if you say that someone presumes to do something, you mean that they do it even though they have.no right to.do it; compare assume
presumedly.adverb
presumer.noun
presumable.adjective
that can be presumed or taken for granted; reasonable as a supposition.(presumable causes of the economic downturn)
presumably.adverb

presumptive.adjective
based on probability; reasonable ground for belief
presumption.noun,.plural.presumptions
the act of presuming; overstepping of proper bounds; taking something for granted; the inference that one fact exists based upon the proved existence of other facts

presumptuouspronunciation.adjective
an attitude.based on wrong kind of pride; take for granted; arrogant and uncaring; going beyond what is right or proper; excessively forward; showing arrogance; taking liberties; assumptive; if you describe someone or their behaviour as presumptuous, you disapprove of them because they are doing something that they have no right or authority to do; doing something that you have no right to do and that seems rude; going beyond what is right or proper
presumptuously.adjective
presumptuousness.noun

presuppose, presupposed, presupposing, presupposes.transitive verbs
to imply as a preceding condition; to believe or suppose (*) in advance; to require or involve necessarily as an antecedent condition; to take for granted; to believe or suppose in advance; if one thing presupposes another, the first thing cannot be true or exist unless the second thing is true or exists (the end of one things presupposes the start of another, life goes on; the fact there is life presupposes the existence of a Creator of it); presume
presupposition.noun,.plural.presuppositions
presuppositional.adjective

pillagepronunciation, pillaged, pillaging, pillages.verbs
transitive verb use.to rob of goods by force, especially in time of war; plunder; to take as spoils
intransitive verb use.to take spoils by force
pillage.noun,.plural.pillages
the act of pillaging; something pillaged; spoils
pillager.noun,.plural.pillagers

plot.noun,.plural.plots
a secret.plan to accomplish a hostile, unconscionable or illegal purpose; a scheme; conspiracy; a small piece of ground, generally used for a specific purpose (a garden plot; a cemetery plot; a lot to build a house on); the plan of events or main story in a narrative or drama
plot, plotted, plotting, plots.verbs
transitive verb use.to represent graphically, as on a chart (plot a ship's course)
Mathematics:.to locate (points or other figures) on a graph by means of coordinates; to draw (a curve) connecting points on a graph; to conceive and arrange the action and incidents of (plot a drama); to form a plot for; prearrange secretly or deviously (plot a fifth column movement)
intransitive verb use.to be located by means of coordinates, as on a chart or with data; to form or take part in a plot; scheme plotlessness.noun
to not have a plot (he appeared to us as though there was only plotlessness)
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