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powder.noun,.plural.powders
a substance.consisting of ground, pulverized.or.otherwise finelydispersed.solid.particles; any of various.preparations in the form of powder, as certain.herbs and cosmetics; light, dry snow suitable for skiing
powder, powdered, powdering, powders.verbs
transitive verb use.to reduce to powder; pulverize; to dust or cover with or as if with powder
intransitive verb use.to become pulverized; turn into powder; to use powder as a cosmetic
powderer.noun,.plural.powderers
powdery.adjective
composed of or similar to powder; dusted or covered with or as if with powder; easily made into powder

perfidy.noun,.plural.perfidies
deliberate.breach of faith; calculated.violation of trust; treachery; the act or an instance of treachery
perfidious.adjective
of, relating.to.or.marked by perfidy; treacherous; faithless
perfidiously.adverb

percentage.noun,.plural.percentages
percent symbol is %; a part of a whole (it's a big yard and she gets tired so she only cuts about 30% of all the grass at one time); the result obtained by multiplying a number by a percent (100 x 10% is 10); also explained as a fraction or ratio with 100 understood as the denominator, for example 0.98 equals a percentage of 98 if the denominator is 100 (if you have 350 marbles, you would have 343 of them if you lost 2% of them, that is, you would still have 98% of them (350 x .98 = 343) or to look at it another way, the 2% you lost was 7 marbles (350 minus 7 = 343); the whole of the quantity of marbles you had was 350; a percentage is the result obtained by multiplying a quantity by a percent (for example, you have 12 oranges and you give half or 6 of them to someone else, this means you gave 50% of them away (the whole, the all of them or 100% of them, was 12); a percentage is a proportion or share in relation to a whole, which would be called a part, a part of the whole you had
percent.adverb
'cent' is one hundred; 'per' is reference to, for example, 12% per hundred (a centimeter is a unit of length equal to one hundredth of a meter)
percent.noun,.plural.is also percent
one part in a hundred, such as, 5 parts per hundred, 10 parts per hundred, etc. (5% of a 1,000 would be 50); also called per centum

prance, pranced, prancing, prances.verbs
intransitive verb use.to spring.forward on the hind legs; to spring or bound forward in a manner.reminiscent of a spirited horse; to ride a horse moving in such a fashion; to walk or move about in a spirited manner; strut
transitive verb use.to cause a horse to prance
prance.noun,.plural.prances
the act or an instance of prancing
prancer.noun,.plural.prancers
prancingly.adverb
Middle English 'prauncen'

putsch.noun,.plural.putsches
a sudden attempt by a group to overthrow a government
putschist.noun,.plural.putschists

pouch.noun,.plural.pouches
a small bag often closing with a drawstring and used especially for carrying loose items in one's pocket; a bag or sack used to carry mail or things like a small laptop computer or tablet; a leather bag or case for carrying powder, etc.; a sealed plastic or foil container used in packaging frozen or dehydrated food; something resembling a bag in shape (pouches under one's eyes from lack of sleep); in zoology, a saclike structure, such as the cheek pockets of the gopher or the external abdominal pocket in which marsupials carry their young; in anatomy, a pocketlike space in the body; a purse for small coins
pouch, pouched, pouching, pouches.verbs
transitive verb use.to place in or as if in a pouch; pocket; to cause to resemble a pouch
intransitive verb use.to assume the form of a pouch or pouchlike cavity
pouchy.adjective
from Middle English and Old French and of Germanic.origin

proud, prouder, proudest.adjectives
feeling.pleasurable.satisfaction.over some act of good, a possession, a quality or a relationship by which one measures one's stature or self-worth (proud of one's child); feeling or showing justifiable.self-respect; majestic; magnificent (proud rocky mountain peaks); from Middle English and from Old English 'prud' and from Old French 'prou' and 'prud' meaning 'brave', 'virtuous', 'advantageous' and from Latin 'prodesse' meaning 'to be good'
proudly.adverb
proudness.noun
pride.noun,.plural.prides
kinds of pride; mettle or spirit in horses; a company of lions is called a pride; flock
pride, prided, priding, prides.transitive verbs
to indulge oneself in a feeling of pleasure or satisfaction (I pride myself on this beautiful garden; she was filled with pride over her new baby)
prideful.adjective
a person can be prideful over something that's positive, such as being highly pleased and elated or they could be prideful over something that's negative, such as when they may be arrogant, disdainful and conceited
pridefully.adverb
pridefulness.noun

punctual.adjective
arriving, happening or being done at exactly the time that has been arranged; if you are punctual, you do something or arrive somewhere at the right time and are not late; on time (she's always very punctual for appointments)
punctually.adverb
punctuality.noun,.plural.punctualities
acting or arriving exactly at the time appointed; prompt; paid or accomplished at or by the appointed time; precise; exact
punctuality.or.punctualness.noun

pony.noun,.plural.ponies
a small horse; any of several types or breeds of horses that are small in size when full grown, such as the Shetland pony  originating in the Shetland Islands, Scotland (map 1, map 2), having a long thick mane and tail

potable.adjective
fit to drink; potable water is safe to drink
potable.noun,.plural.potables
a beverage; from 1400-1500 A.D..Late Latin 'potabilis' and from  Latin 'potare' meaning 'to drink'
potability or potableness.noun

penicillin.noun,.plural.penicillins
any of a group of antibiotic drugs obtained from penicillium molds or produced synthetically and used in the treatment of various infections and diseases; penicillin causes diarrhea; one alternate non harmful approach is silver
penicillium.noun,.plural.penicilliums.or.penicillia
any of various characteristically bluish-green fungi of the genus Penicillium that grow as molds on decaying fruits and ripening cheese and are used in the production of the antibiotic penicillin and in making cheese

paramorph.noun,.plural.paramorphs
also called allomorph; a mineral.crystal formed or affected by paramorphism; see also allomorph
paramorphism.noun,.plural.paramorphisms
structural alteration of a mineral without change of chemical composition
paramorphic.or.paramorphous.adjective

probability theory.noun
the branch.of.mathematics that studies the likelihood of occurrence of random.events.in order to.predict the behavior of defined.systems; an outcome of a random event cannot be determined before it occurs, but it could be any one of several possible outcomes, the actual outcome being considered as determined by this thing called chance

picturesque.adjective
of, suggesting or suitable for a picture (picturesque rocky shores); striking or interesting in an unusual way; irregularly or quaintly attractive (a picturesque French café); strikingly expressive or vivid (picturesque language); word is from an alteration of French 'pittoresque' from the Italian word 'pittoresco, which is from 'pittore' meaning 'painter'
picturesquely.adverb
picturesqueness.noun

picture.noun,.plural.pictures
a visual.representation.or.image painted, drawn, photographed or otherwise.rendered on a flat surface (the picture reflected in the lake); a vivid or realistic.verbal.description; a vivid.mental image; a person or an object.bearing a marked.resemblance to another (she's the picture of her mother); a movie (saw a good picture the other night)
picture, pictured, picturing, pictures.transitive verbs
to make a visible representation of; to form a mental image of; visualize; to describe vividly in words; make a verbal picture of; represent; from Middle English and from Latin 'pictura' and 'pictus' meaning 'painted', past participle of 'pingere' meaning 'to paint'
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