We were all in our prom gowns and tuxedos, and I laughed my face off.
“We cremated her, went to a nail salon, and [McKenna] got dressed and went to her prom,” says McGinn.
I settle for a sweater and jacket and throw a tie in my briefcase just in case it turns out to be the prom.
Seventeen-year-old Alphonza Bryant, killed by gun violence in the Bronx on April 22, had already been fitted for his prom tuxedo.
It is pretty but not prom queen, ever so slightly bodacious but fundamentally unthreatening.
prom eight to fourteen hours a day we walked and combed the country for bear signs.
Twenty-four dances to fill, and the prom only two weeks off!
prom′inence, prom′inency, state or quality of being prominent: conspicuousness: distinction.
I'm filling up a girl's card for the prom, and I want you to help me out.
Ashley Dwight had been up307 to see her twice since the prom.