Quiz: Do You Know The Meaning Of All These Words That Start With 'P'?

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How's your PROWESS?

Calling all English nerds! Do you have a vast enough vocabulary to know every single one of these tricky P words?

 Oct 24, 2020

1 of 18Pick The Correct P-Word!

Someone opposed to violence as a means of settling disputes
Personification
Panacea
Pacifist

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The highest level or degree attainable
Plebeian
Pinnacle
Plutocracy

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Capable of being bent or twisted without breaking
Puissant
Pliable
Prolific

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Become divided in a contrasting situation
Placate
Polarize
Perish

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An example that is used to justify similar occurrences
Premonition
Preamble
Precedent

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Exceedingly harmful
Pernicious
Preposterous
Precocious

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Able to be felt by tactile examination
Pragmatic
Palpable
Pugnacious

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One who goes before you in time
Privation
Pugilist
Predecessor

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An unusually gifted or intelligent person
Prodigy
Patriotism
Pandemic

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Someone who makes charitable donations
Philanthropist
Prototype
Protege

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A superior skill learned by study and practice
Prowess
Prosperity
Propriety

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Completely free from dirt or contamination
Puerile
Potent
Pristine

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A situation from which extrication is difficult
Prophecy
Plight
Propensity

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Excessively unwilling to spend
Portentous
Poignant
Parsimonious

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Fraught with danger
Precarious
Placid
Plausible

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Cause to continue or prevail
Peruse
Pillage
Perpetuate

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Puffed up with vanity
Prosaic
Pompous
Proverbial

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To spread throughout
Prolix
Pervasive
Propitious
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