Origin of pross1
OTHER WORDS FROM prossprosser, nounprossy, adjective
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How to use pross in a sentence
Miss Pross, submitting herself to his judgment, the scheme was worked out with care.
Something of this is implied in the slang word Pross, since it also means “to sponge upon a comrade,” &c., “for drink.”The English Gipsies and Their Language|Charles G. Leland
"I don't want dozens of people who are not at all worthy of Ladybird, to come here looking after her," said Miss Pross.
"All sorts of people who are not in the least degree worthy of the pet, are always turning up," said Miss Pross.
However, father and daughter did at last appear, and Miss Pross was ready at the street door to receive them.