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propagate, propagated, propagating, propagates.transitive verbs
inflected form(s).propagated; propagating
to cause to spread out and affect a greater number or greater area; spread (evolutionists who propagate the religion of evolution); to cause to continue or increase by sexual or asexual (sexless) reproduction (cause {an organism} to multiply or breed); to pass along to offspring; to transmit (characteristics) from one generation to another; extend; to make widely known; publicize (propagate a rumor)to foster growing knowledge of, familiarity with, or acceptance of (as an idea or belief); publicize; to transmit (as sound or light) through a medium
intransitive verb senses.to multiply sexually or asexually; to have offspring; multiply; increase; spread; extend; to travel through space or a material used of wave energy (as light, sound, or radio waves)
propagable, propagative.adjectives
propagator.noun
propagate.transitive verb
to spread ideas from person to person; to transmit by reproduction

propagation.noun
multiplication or increase, as by natural reproduction; the process of spreading to a larger area or greater number; dissemination
propagational.adjective

proponent.noun
one who argues in favor of something; advocate

proverb.noun
a brief popular epigram or maxim; adage; byword; a short, pithy saying in frequent and widespread use that expresses a basic truth or practical.precept
proverbial.adjective
of the nature of a proverb; expressed in a proverb; widely referred to, as if the subject of a proverb; famous
proverbially.adverb

pugnacious.adjective
given to fighting, combative

paleontology.noun
the branch of geology that deals with prehistoric (before recorded history) life as represented by the study of fossils of plants, animals and other organisms
paleontologic.or.paleontological.adjective
paleontologist.noun

perplex.transitive verb
to make a person uncertain, bewildered, confused, hesitant; to make intricate or complicated
perplexity.noun 
the state of being perplexed; bewilderment
perplexities.plural
something that perplexes
perplexed, perplexing.adjectives
perplexingly.adverb

personality.noun
the visible aspect of one's character; the distinguishable characteristics of an individual which are noticeable when they express themselves through speaking, movements, writing, etc.

predominant.adjective
having influence or authority over others; superior; prevailing 
predominance, predominancy.nouns; predominancies.plural
predominantly.adverb

predominate, predominated, predominating.intransitive verbs
to have influence or authority; hold sway; to prevail; preponderate 
predominately.adverb
predomination.noun
see predominant just above

prevail, prevailed, prevailing, prevails.intransitive verbs 
predominate.(the west winds that prevail in the mountains); to be or continue in use or fashion persist (a custom that still prevails); to gain ascendancy through strength or superiority; triumph; to be or become effective or effectual; to use persuasion successfully (prevailed on him to sing)
prevailer .noun

prevalent.adjective
predominant; widely existing, commonly occurring; prevailing
prevalently.adverb
prevalence.noun

psychology.noun,.plural.psychologies
a body of knowledge that deals with mental and emotional processes; the sum of a person's actions, traits, thoughts, etc.
Compare 'philosophy' the branch of metaphysics that studies the soul, the mind, and the relationship of life and mind to the functions of the body

psychological.also.psychologic.adjective
of or relating to psychology (psychological research; psychological jargon); of, relating to, or arising from the mind or emotions; influencing or intended to influence the mind or emotions (psychological warfare)
psychologically.adverb
affecting or arising in the mind; from a psychological standpoint

psychologist.noun
a person trained and educated to perform psychological research, testing and therapy

paradigm.noun
a pattern, example or model
paradigmatic.adjective

paradox.noun
a statement that seems contradictory, unbelievable or absurd, but that may actually be true in fact; all jokes use paradox; a statement contrary to common belief; 
paradoxical.adjective
paradoxically.adverb
paradoxicalness.noun

peer, peered, peering, peers.intransitive verbs
to look closely and searchingly, as in trying to see more clearly; look; gaze; to be partially visible; show (the moon peered from behind dark clouds)

peer.noun
a person who has equal standing with another or others, as in rank, class, or age (children who are easily influenced by their peers)

privation.noun
lack of the basic necessities or comforts of life; the condition resulting from such lack; an act, condition, or result of deprivation or loss

predicate, predicated, predicating, predicates.verbs
transitive verb use.to base or establish (a statement or an action, for example..he predicates his argument on the facts); to state or affirm as an attribute or a quality of something (the sermon predicated the perfectibility of humankind); to carry the connotation of; imply; to proclaim or assert; declare
intransitive verb use.to make a statement or an assertion
predicate.noun

ploy.noun
an action calculated to frustrate an opponent or gain an advantage indirectly or deviously; a maneuver (a typical ploy to snow people is to feign authenticity)

proviso.noun;.plural-provisos
a clause in a document making a qualification, condition, or restriction

province.noun
an area governed as an administrative or political unit of a country or an empire
provincial.adjective
of or relating to a province; of or characteristic of people from the provinces
provincial.noun
an inhabitant of the provinces
provincialism or provinciality.noun
provincially.adverb

pedantic.adjective
characterized by a narrow, often ostentatious concern for book learning and formal rules (a pedantic attention to details) pedantically.adverb

pessimism.noun
a tendency to stress the negative or unfavorable or to take the gloomiest possible view; the doctrine or belief that this is the worst of all possible ages and that all things ultimately tend toward evil; the doctrine or belief that the evil in the world outweighs the good
pessimist.noun
pessimistic.adjective
pessimistically.adverb
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