To prognosticate is to predict or forecast something.
A prophylactic is used as a preventative or protective agent to keep someone free from disease or infection.
When someone exhibits profundity, they display great intellectual depth and understanding; profundity can also be the depth or complexity of something.
When someone improvises, they make something up at once because an unexpected situation has arisen.
A progenitor is someone's ancestor; they can also be the originator of something.
A provisional measure is temporary or conditional until more permanent action is taken.
If you have prowess, you possess considerable skill or ability in something.
Something or someone that is prominent stands out or is noticeable in some way.
A prologue is an explanatory opening or introduction to a poem, play, or novel.
A profound saying is one of deep understanding that is both wise and rich in meaning.
A proboscis is a long, flexible nose, such as the trunk of an elephant or the long-nosed monkey.
When you provide things for someone, you give them what they need or want.
a prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop
knowledge of the future (usually said to be obtained from a divine source)
predict or reveal through, or as if through, divine inspiration
an authoritative person who divines the future
a woman prophet
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