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prost

[ prohst ]
/ proʊst /
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interjection
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Origin of prost

By contraction
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How to use prost in a sentence

  • "But the Prost called me an unhappy mother," objected Viola.

    The Home at Greylock|Elizabeth Prentiss
  • "You do not understand the Prost, my poor child," she said, as she could trust herself to speak.

    The Home at Greylock|Elizabeth Prentiss
  • The Prost departed, leaving the frightened household fluttering behind him, like poultry besieged by a fox.

    The Home at Greylock|Elizabeth Prentiss

British Dictionary definitions for prost

Prost
/ (French prɔst) /

noun
Alain (alɛ̃). born 1955, French motor-racing driver: Formula One world champion 1985, 1986, 1989, and 1993
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