Definition of Proyns

1. proyn [v] - See also: proyn



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proyns

proxy representative
proxy server
proxy servers
proxy war
proxy wars
proxygene
proxygenes
proxying
proxyless
proxyship
proyn
proyne
proyned
proynes
proyning
proyns (current term)
prozine
prozines
prozone
proœmia
proœmial
proœmion
proœmium
prucalopride
prud'-homme
prudence
prudences
prudencies
prudency

Literary usage of Proyns

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1. A Study of Ethical Principles by James Seth (1898)
"TH Green, Prolegomena to Ethics, bk. iii. ch. v. JH Muirhead, Elements of Ethics, bk. v. T. Fowler, proyns»ive Morality. ..."

2. The Birds of New England and Adjacent States: Containing Descriptions of the by Edward Augustus Samuels (1883)
"... but is only a seldom-uttered lisping chatter. It leaves New England by the last week in August. PROGNE, BOIB. proyns, BIOE, Isis (1826), ..."

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