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pro-verb

[proh-vurb] /ˈproʊˌvɜrb/
noun, Grammar.
1.
a word that can substitute for a verb or verb phrase, as do in They never attend board meetings, but we do regularly.
Origin of pro-verb
1905-1910
First recorded in 1905-10; by analogy with pronoun
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