Definition of Pruine

1. a prune [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pruine

prudentially
prudently
pruderies
prudery
prudes
prudhomme
prudhommes
prudishly
prudishness
prudishnesses
pruh
pruina
pruinas
pruinate
pruine (current term)
pruines
pruinose
prunable
prune
prune cake
prune whip
pruned
prunella
prunellas
prunelle
prunelles
prunello
prunelloes
prunellos

Literary usage of Pruine

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1. The Contemporary Review (1868)
"... pruine is duo to the great Anglican school. To the Liberals, mon n\or, wo aro indebted for the recent relaxation in the terms of ..."

2. An Etymological Dictionary of the English Language by Walter William Skeat (1893)
"pruine for rottene in the AS Chron. an. 1006, is only found in MS. F, of the 1 2th century ; see Earle, Two AS Chronicles, notes, p. 336. ..."

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