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Definition of prune

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.

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  • 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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