- a formal dance, especially one held by a high school or college class at the end of an academic year.
Origin of prom
- a memory chip whose contents can be programmed by a user or manufacturer for a specific purpose.
Origin of PROM
Examples from the Web for prom
In order to go to prom, and see his friend, Fenner had to go to Friday night service at the Word of Faith Fellowship.Beaten By His Church for Being Gay
December 16, 2014
I settle for a sweater and jacket and throw a tie in my briefcase just in case it turns out to be the prom.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days
December 13, 2014
“My prom date got ahold of my number and called me recently and congratulated me on everything that's going on,” says Trainor.‘All About That Bass’ Singer Meghan Trainor On Haters and Her Polarizing (and Unlikely) No. 1 Hit
October 7, 2014
My prom date, Red, sported a wiry mustache and drove a black-and-gold Camaro.Let Us Now Praise Famous Rednecks and Their Unjustly Unsung Kin
August 23, 2014
He also noted how “jarring” it was to see Malia, his daughter in high heels for the first time when she went to that first prom.‘Michelle Will Not Run For Office’: Obama's Daytime TV Confessional
May 30, 2014
Ashley Dwight had been up307 to see her twice since the prom.Betty Wales Senior
Twenty-four dances to fill, and the Prom only two weeks off!
I'm filling up a girl's card for the Prom, and I want you to help me out.
It's a week since Prom, and I haven't had a line from Cynthia.The Plastic Age
Prom his accustomed chair, the King could see this painting.In The Palace Of The King
F. Marion Crawford
- programmable read only memory
Word Origin and History for prom
"student formal dance in celebration of graduation," 1894, American English shortened form of promenade (n.). Prom dress attested from 1975.