noun plural pms, pm's.
verb (used with object) pm'd or pmed, pm'ing, or pming.
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Indiana Jones movie marathon—12:30 pm, SpikeAn Indiana Jones movie marathon is never not a good idea.
Portlandia marathon—9 am-2:30 pm, IFCBecause what better time than Turkey Day to put on a bird on it?
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The PM stated flatly that the Grass would be overcome before the city could be built.
Palmer, pm′ėr, n. a pilgrim from the Holy Land, distinguished by his carrying a branch of palm: a cheat at cards or dice.
Pm sorry he spoke to you like that, for I'm sure you'll be tired and weary.The Pilots of Pomona|Robert Leighton
"We ought to begin to do some'pm," Sube suggested as he sat rubbing the Boon into the pores of his long-suffering upper lip.Sube Cane|Edward Bellamy Partridge
PM urges me not to leave England as it might shake confidence.