He and Constance, shortly after their wedding, were walking in the prater with their pet dog.
Will he not be called by them a prater, a star-gazer, a good-for-nothing?
At last Hugh was startled by hearing the words "prater," "prater the second."
He could not have had his name if there had not been prater the first.
prater Canyon is the only one of these localities at which any other species of vole was taken.
In the prater (public park) there are many interesting cafés.
On the afternoon of January 28 I was driving in the prater accompanied by a lady-in-waiting.
It seems to me that the prater should have this charm for the Viennese.
Wistik pretended to be very mysterious, but he is a prater who cannot keep his secret.
I tried the mare myself on the prater in the presence of the prince's envoy.
early 15c., from or related to Middle Dutch praten "to chatter" (c.1400), from a West Germanic imitative root (cf. East Frisian proten, Middle Low German praten, Middle High German braten, Swedish prata "to talk, chatter"). Related: Prated; prating. As a noun from 1570s.