pros: Getting to picture yourself gliding efficiently through town, perhaps en route to a snowy assignation.
pros: Feeling, ever so briefly, as though everything is magic and beautiful and also that you are Winona Ryder circa 1990.
With a quick touch of the arm Johnnie signed to pros to move on.
pros fought with cons, elbowed them, were hustled in return.
Antho'nio, the ursuping duke of Milan, and brother of pros'pero (the rightful duke, and father of Miranda).
"We'll try it," said pros Passmore, and they set out together.
pros laid hold on the other side, and between them they half carried the shackled captive around the spring and to the door.
"That ain't goin' to hurt nobody," commented pros philosophically.
She remonstrated with the little mother, saying that she aimed not to disturb anybody--not even Uncle pros.
pros had taken the glass from Mandy and held it to Gray's lips.
: pro ranks
[the last sense perhaps fr professional reinforced by prostitute, or vice versa]
A prophylactic for preventing venereal disease; condom; rubber (WWII armed forces)