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procession the act of moving forward in a formal, orderly way. [2 definitions]
proclaim to say or state for the public to know.
proclamation the act of announcing to the public, or something that is said for the public to hear.
procrastinate to put off doing something; delay.
prod to poke with, or as though with, a pointed rod or instrument. [3 definitions]
produce to bring into being. [5 definitions]
producer a person or company that makes something.
product something made by means of either human work or that of a machine. [3 definitions]
production the act or process of making or producing. [2 definitions]
productive making or producing easily or in large amounts. [2 definitions]
profess to claim or state as true. [2 definitions]
profession a job or type of work that needs special training or study. [2 definitions]
professional of or having to do with a certain job or work. [5 definitions]
professor a teacher with a high rank at a college or university.
profile an outline or view of something from the side. [2 definitions]
profit the amount of money made by a business that is more than the amount put in at the start or paid out as expenses. [3 definitions]
profitable of a business, bringing in more money than is spent; financially successful. [2 definitions]
profound coming from or going to a great depth. [2 definitions]
profuse great in amount or number. [2 definitions]
program a plan of what will be done; schedule. [7 definitions]
programmer a person who writes programs for a computer.