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promposal

[ prom-poh-zuhl ]
/ ˌprɒmˈpoʊ zəl /
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noun
the act of inviting a date to a prom, often using props or gifts in a staged or choreographed scene: The elaborate promposals at our school have become insanely competitive.
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Origin of promposal

First recorded 2005–10; blend of prom + proposal
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