They spent the next year researching clothing, hair, makeup, lighting, and props.
Jay Leno was his most gallant, the subject her cause of healthy eating—and she had props to hold her up.
In the barrios of Los Angeles the gangsters get the most props and respect.
But so often I feel like fat female bodies are used as props.
But he does it in the most disarming way—with props, costumes, gags, imitations, and on-air crying jags.
props are rotten and cowardly, whether they are props of love or not.
It has fixed rules which are the props of order, and will not swerve or bend in extreme cases.
props, probably of wood, are placed under different parts of the sculpture to secure an equal pressure.
Put up a forest of props (as at the Abbey) and keep off touch and contamination?
Adminicula: supports or props: the spinous processes on the abdomen of boring and burrowing pupae.
"support," mid-15c., from Middle Dutch proppe "vine prop, support," of unknown origin. Probably related to Old High German pfropfo, German pfropfen "to prop," perhaps from Latin propago "a set, layer of a plant" (see propagation). Irish propa, Gaelic prop are from English.
"object used in a play," 1898, from props (1841), shortened form of properties (which was in theatrical use from early 15c.). Props as slang shortening for proper respects (or something similar) appeared c.1999.
short for propeller, 1914.
"to support," mid-15c., probably from prop (n.1) or a related verb in Dutch. Related: Propped; propping.
Proper respect: the boys described how they gain ''props,'' or popularity, by yelling explicit propositions or fondling girls who pass by (1990s+ Black teenagers)