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Prosperism

noun - uncountable

  • A socio-economic philosophy and theory proposed by author Jonathan Bluestein, in his book of the same name, from the year 2020. Prosperism is a type of Capitalism in which minor limitations of wealth, in tandem with less government intervention and regulation, shift the social dynamic between human beings in a given society, for the better.

    Examples for usage:

    Earl explained to his friend Tom about Prosperism - a form of Capitalism less radical and more benevolent than Neo-Liberal Economics.

    Prosperism is a socio-economic theory which does not identify with any pre-existing political or economic model.

    Joshua mistook Prosperism as a type of Socialism, but quickly realized that this was far from being true.

    Last edited on May 17 2020. Submitted by Anonymous on May 17 2020.

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prostitot

noun

  • an under-aged girl who acts and/or dresses like a prostitute.

    Last edited on Dec 06 2002. Submitted by Anthony from Hazlet, NJ, USA on Dec 06 2002.

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prosumer

adjective

  • of a product, having some professional qualities but being aimed primarily at the consumer market.
    I'm in the market for a prosumer DSLR. Any suggestions?

    Last edited on Jun 21 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 18 2013.

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protip

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proudscottery

noun - uncountable

  • anticipatory, passive/aggressive compensating strategy, adopted exclusively by opponents of Scottish independence, amounting to an unprompted, vigorous assertion of (often extreme or hysterical) patriotism.
                                                                                                                                                              

    Citation from "Nice bit of ProudScottery from wee Willie Rennie too!; Wings Over Scotland, 3 January 2014 censored in hope of resolving Google's penalty against this site.
    A patriotic Scot AND a proud Brit!

    Last edited on Jan 03 2014. Submitted by Anonymous from Glasgow, City of Glasgow, UK on Jan 03 2014.

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prude

  • for a girl to not put out. Meaning for a girl not to kiss or go further with a guy.

    Last edited on Feb 06 2004. Submitted by Shauna from Montrose, MI, USA on Feb 06 2004.

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Prump-Splash

  • We would sing, " Prump, - Splash! Trickle, Trickle Trickle down yer leg!" Or, - "Mum! Can I have my new shorts? I've just done a Prump-Splash in these!"

    * As children, we first heard the term from my friend's Father, who was born in Lancashire, Britain.

    Last edited on Oct 27 2019. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 27 2019.

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prune

  • an old person. used to describe their wrinkles.
    My wife turned into a prune earlier than I had hoped.

    Last edited on Apr 24 2013. Submitted by Ryan M. from Toronto, ON, Canada on Jun 27 1998.

expression

  • someone who isn't quite right, there is something "off" about them.

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by BooXLissaXSaurni on Sep 25 2010.

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pseudolationship

noun

  • Neolationship / Pseudolationship:

    analmostornot quiteassociation, or involvement between individuals that has similar characteristics and qualities of a traditional 'relationship' (as defined below) but lacks the blood or emotional connection of a 'relationship'

    Origin: relation - ship 1744, "sense of being related," from relation + -ship; Specifically of romantic or sexual relationships by 1944 relationship [ri-ley-shuhn-ship]

    noun 1. a connection, association, or involvement. 2. connection between persons by blood or marriage. 3. an emotional or other connection between people: the relationship between teachers and students. 4. a sexual involvement; affair. 5. the state of being connected or related 6. association by blood or marriage; kinship 7. the mutual dealings, connections, or feelings that exist between two parties, countries, people, etc: a business relationship 8. an emotional or sexual affair or liaison 9. logic, maths another name for relation

    Synonyms 1. dependence, alliance, kinship. 2. affinity, consanguinity.

    Last edited on Jun 03 2020. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 03 2020.

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