prog Spring David Weigel, Slate Before it was a joke, prog was the future of rock and roll.
Then I suggested quietly that Phil's dollars could be put to a better use than for prog and liquor.
"We'll be lighting the fire while you get the prog," they assured her.
With one accord a general rush was made upon the hampers of prog.
Ayn't you lucky boys, to have reg'lar work like this, and the best of prog!
Each of those means two shillings that we owe the old gentleman for our prog.
Where the Widow keeps a mansion and purvides you with your prog.
I'll bring some prog if you will, and we'll have one of our old red-letter days.
This was a sad damper to our heroes, who returned to the castle with their prog untouched and no great appetite for dinner.
“Go on heaving down that there prog, Barney,” whispered Bob from behind his hand.
[1655+; origin unknown; perhaps fr obsolete prog, ''poke and forage about,'' of obscure origin]