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pucker, puckered, puckering, puckers.verbs
transitive verb use.to gather into small wrinkles or folds
intransitive verb use.to become gathered, contracted and wrinkled
pucker.noun,.plural.puckers
a wrinkle or wrinkled part, as in tightly.stitched.cloth

protagonist.noun,.plural.protagonists
the important main.character in a drama or other literary work (the protagonist of J. D. Salinger's novel.The Catcher in the Rye); in ancient Greek drama, the first actor to engage in dialogue with others in the play; a leading or principal.figure; the leader of a cause; a champion; a proponent; an advocate; someone who is a protagonist of an idea or movement is a supporter of it (the protagonists wanted prosperity and health for all, the antagonists wanted prosperity and health too, but just for them)

parturition.noun,.plural.parturitions
the act or process of giving birth; childbirth

panic.noun
a sudden, overpowering.terror, often affecting many people at once; fear
panic.adjective
of, relating.to.or.resulting from sudden, overwhelming terror
panic, panicked, panicking, panics.intransitive and transitive verbs
to affect or be affected with panic; frighten
panicky.adjective
panic is a very strong feeling of anxiety or fear, which can make one act without thinking carefully; panic or a panic is a situation in which people are affected by a strong feeling of anxiety (I'm in a panic about getting everything done in time for Christmas); if you panic or if someone panics you, you suddenly feel anxious or afraid and act quickly usually without careful thinking (she refused to be panicked into a hasty marriage

prophylactic.adjective
acting to defend against or prevent something, especially disease; protective
prophylactic.noun,.plural.prophylactics
a prophylactic agent, device or measure, such as the herbs.asafetida, oregano and many others are things used to take precautions against something; a contraceptive.device, especially a condom
prophylactically.adverb

perfect.adjective
lacking nothing essential to the whole; not having any mistakes, faults or damage; satisfying all requirements; completely suited for a particular.purpose or situation
perfectly.adverb
in a perfect manner or to a perfect degree; to a complete or full degree or extent; wholly (the diners were perfectly satisfied with the meal)
perfect.noun,.plural.perfects
the perfect tense; a verb or verb form in the perfect tense
perfect, perfected, perfecting, perfects.transitive verbs
to bring to perfection or completion
perfecter.noun,.plural.perfecters
perfectness.noun
perfectionism.noun,.plural.perfectionisms
a propensity for being displeased with anything that is not perfect or does not meet extremely high standards; a belief that moral or spiritual perfection can be achieved by people in this life
perfectionist.adjective.&.noun,.plural.perfectionists
perfectionistic.adjective

papyrus.noun,.plural.papyruses.or.papyri
a tall, aquatic, Mediterranean sedge (Cyperus papyrus, a grasslike plant) having numerous drooping rays; also called Egyptian paper rush, paper plant; papyrus was material on which to write and was made from the pith or the stems of this sedge, used especially by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans; a document written on this material

potassium.noun
a soft, silver-white, highly or explosively reactive.metallic element that occurs in nature only in compounds; it is obtained by electrolysis of its common hydroxide and found in or converted to a wide variety of salts used especially in fertilizers and soaps; symbol K, atomic number 19, atomic weight 39.102, melting point 63.65°C, boiling point 774°C, specific gravity 0.862, valence; potassium was first obtained from potash
potassic.adjective

potassium hydroxide.noun
a caustic white solid, KOH, used as a bleach and in the manufacture of soaps, dyes, alkaline batteries and many potassium compounds; also called caustic potash, lye, potash

potash.noun
any of several.compounds containing potassium, especially soluble compounds such as potassium oxide, potassium chloride, and various potassium sulfates, used chiefly in fertilizers; potash was originally obtained by leaching wood ashes and evaporating the leach in a pot; see potassium hydroxide

pride.noun,.plural.prides
there are two kinds of pride, one type is the quality or state of being proud, which is a sense of one's own proper.dignity or value, also called  self-respect and the other type being an arrogant or disdainful.conduct or treatment, as of.haughtiness

purl, purled, purling, purls.intransitive verbs
to flow or ripple with a murmuring sound
purl.noun,.plural.purls
the sound made by rippling water

purl, purled, purling, purls.verbs
transitive verb use.to knit yarn with a purl stitch, such as in edging or finishing with lace or embroidery, a handkerchief, for example
intransitive verb use.to do knitting with a purl stitch; to edge or finish with lace or embroidery
purl.noun,.plural.purls
inversion of a knit stitch; a purl stitch is an inverted knitting stitch, often alternated with the knit stitch to produce a ribbed.effect
purl stitch.noun,.plural.purl stitches
an inverted knitting stitch, often alternated with the knit stitch to produce a ribbed effect; a knitting stitch usually made with the yarn at the front of the work by inserting the right needle into the front of a loop on the left needle from the right, catching the yarn with the right needle and bringing it through to form a new loop; compare knit stitch

plowshare.noun,.plural.plowshares
the cutting blade of a plow

plow.also.plough.noun,.plural.plows.also.ploughs
a farm.implement.consisting of a heavy blade at the end of a beam, usually.hitched to a draft.team or motor.vehicle and used for breaking up soil and cutting furrows in preparation for sowing; an implement of similar.function, such as a snowplow
plowed.also.ploughed, plowing.also.ploughing, plows.also.ploughs.verbs
transitive verb use.to break the earth and turn it over using a plow; to form a furrow, for example, with a plow; to form furrows in with or as if with a plow (plow a field); to make or form with driving force (she plowed her way through the crowd); to cut through water (plow the high seas; whales plowing the ocean)
intransitive verb use.to break and turn up earth with a plow; to admit of plowing (rocky earth plows poorly); plod (plowed through the backlog of work)
plow under.phrasal verb
to cause to vanish under something piled up; to overwhelm, as with burdens; from Middle English 'plough' and 'plouw', from Old English 'plow', 'plowland'
plowable.adjective
plower.noun,.plural.plowers

pizzaz.noun
dazzling.style; flamboyance; flair; vigorous.spirit; energy or excitement

pipe.noun,.plural.pipes
a hollow.cylinder or tube.used to conduct a liquid, gas or finely.divided.solid; a device for smoking made of wood, clay or other material with a small bowl at one end; the passages of the human respiratory system; a tubular wind instrument, such as a flute; any of the tubes in an organ; a bagpipe; the vocal cords are also called pipes, as is the voice when used in singing
Geology:.in geology, a vertical, cylindrical vein of ore; also in geology, an eruptive.passageway opening into the crater of a volcano
pipe, piped, piping, pipes.verbs
transitive verb use.to convey.liquid.or.gas.by means of pipes; to transmit by wire or cable (piped music into the store); to provide with pipes or connect with pipes; to receive aboard or mark the departure of by sounding a pipe (they piped all the passengers to now board the cruise ship); to furnish a garment or fabric with piping; to force through a pastry tube, as frosting onto a cake
intransitive verb use.to play on a pipe
pipe down.phrasal verb
to stop talking; be quiet (pipe down, you're too loud)
pipe up.phrasal verb
to speak up (pipe up a bit, I can't hear you)
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