pr0n

or pron

[prawn]
noun
  1. Slang. pornography, especially on the Internet:When his girlfriend borrowed his computer, she found all the pr0n he'd been downloading.

Origin of pr0n

1990–95; intentional misspelling of porn; usually includes the leetspeak substitution of zero for the letter o

pron.

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Contemporary Examples of pron

  • It is a technique Pron succeeds at beautifully—showing us enough broken pieces to allow us to imagine what was once whole.

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Historical Examples of pron

  • The impossibility of doing what Pron and Freycinet asserted was done.

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    Ernest Scott

  • In the first place, the statements of Pron and Freycinet are not in agreement.

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    Ernest Scott

  • But before the publication of the official history was completed, Pron died.

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    Ernest Scott

  • He is not content with saying, as Pron had done, that the port was seen from the masthead.

    Terre Napoleon

    Ernest Scott

  • Was there some confusion in Pron's mind as to what port was seen?

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    Ernest Scott


British Dictionary definitions for pron

pron.

abbreviation for
  1. pronominal
  2. pronoun
  3. pronounced
  4. pronunciation
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