a member of the proletariat.
a person who performs routine tasks in a society.
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How to use prole in a sentence
Et licet unicus eis fuisset, mallent prole caruisse, quam talem habuisse.Beowulf | R. W. Chambers
They reported to a woman named Farilla, who ran a fortune-telling parlor in the prole district.Time Crime | H. Beam Piper
It's safer to kill a Citizen than bloody a prole's nose; they have all sorts of laws to protect them.Time Crime | H. Beam Piper
Or have we wrongly understood the letters s. p. to signify sine prole?
Contemnenda non est accurata circa Nomina Diligentia ei qui volucrit prole intelligere sacras Literas.Six Discourses on the Miracles of our Saviour | Thomas Woolston
British Dictionary definitions for prole
derogatory, slang, mainly British short for proletarian
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