verb (used without object), pranced, pranc·ing.
verb (used with object), pranced, pranc·ing.
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Origin of prance
OTHER WORDS FROM prancepranc·er, nounpranc·ing·ly, adverb
Words nearby prance
Example sentences from the Web for pranced
Prince may have pranced around like a carefree libertine onstage, but in rehearsal he was more drill sergeant than sprite.Speed Read: The Juiciest Bits From the History of ‘Purple Rain’|Jennie Yabroff|January 1, 2015|DAILY BEAST
The way you pranced and frolic around, dressed in so called Native American attire, is a mockery of our way of life and culture.The Uproar Over No Doubt’s Native American Video Gaffe|Tricia Romano|November 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Ever since she pranced into the limelight last summer, Sarah Palin has been making liberals like me crazy.
Pranced around prominently holding hideous orange bag, $1,290.
The star is a horse that pranced about the stage in the most natural manner possible, carefully avoiding the orchestra.
He pranced around for fifteen minutes, and I pretended to be racking my brain.Lady of the Decoration|Frances Little
At that moment a big bull-terrier came rushing up, open-mouthed, pranced his two paws on the youth's shoulders, licking his face.Sons and Lovers|David Herbert Lawrence
The former snorted and pranced, and the latter could not distinguish the locality through the blackness.
Back and forth they pranced kicking up a cloud of dust and gasping for fresh air.Robin Hood|J. Walker McSpadden
British Dictionary definitions for pranced
- (of a horse) to move with high lively springing steps
- to ride a horse that moves in this way