Predispose: To make liable or susceptible to,
Predominate: To be chief in importance, quantity, or degree.
Prelmtaeat: First in rank; supreme; extreme; superlative.
Preftctory: Introductory; relating to a preface.
Prefix: To fix or put before.
Promise; (noun) A position or fact laid down as the basis or
ground of an argument.
Prwais©: (verb) To set forth or lay down beforehand; assume;
Itooccupttiaa: Absence of thought; inattention.
Itopondertat: Outweighing; in excess.
Preposterous: Strikingly or utterly ridiculous or absurd; op-
posed to nature, reason, or common sense.
Prerequisite; Something necessary to the end proposed; some-
thing required for the end in view; that on which some
later thing or condition depends.
Presage: To forebode; foreshow; foretell; predict.
Primordial: Existing from the beginning; original; primitive.
Pri?&tl0n: Loss; lack; the state of being deprived.
Prodigious: Great; huge; extraordinary.
Profile: A side view of the head or face; an outline of this side
Prt>g»o§i»: A prediction or forecast concerning the course of
Projectioa-ibret; Fibres that leave the cerebrum.. !
Prolific; Fruitful; productive; fertile,
Promiscuous: Mingled; confused; jumbled; indisaiminate;
brought together without order.
Promulgate: To make known; announce; publish; proclaim.
Proptgftxid*: The means or system employed to advance a cause.
Propttuioa: Tendency; incHnation; bent; proneness; pro-