Definition of Prolabor

1. favoring organized labor [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prolabor

projet
projets
projicient
projicients
prokaryote
prokaryotes
prokaryotic
proke
proked
proker
prokers
prokes
prokinetic
prokinetics
proking
prolabor (current term)
prolactin
prolactinoma
prolactinomas
prolactinomata
prolactins
prolamin
prolamine
prolamines
prolamins
prolans
prolapse
prolapsed
prolapses

Literary usage of Prolabor

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1. Lhomond's viri Romae: adapted to Andrews and Stoddard's Latin grammar and to by C. F. L'Homond, Ethan Allen Andrews (1859)
"prolabor, i, lapsus sum, dep., (pro Sf labor), to run or move forward ; to fall down, fall. Prolapsus, a, um, part, (prolabor). ..."

2. Epitome of Greek and Roman Mythology. by John Seely Hart (1853)
"... to throw forward, to hurl. prolabor, i, psus (pro + labor), to glide forward, to fall, to decay. prolapsus ^prolabor). proles, is, f. ..."

3. Epitome of Greek and Roman Mythology. by John Seely Hart (1853)
"... to throw forward, to hurl. prolabor, i, psus (pro-(-labor), to glide forward, to fall, to decay. prolapsus (prolabor). • proles, is, f. ..."

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