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pragmatic
solving problems in a practical and sensible way rather than by having fixed ideas or theories
precipice
a very steep side of a high cliff, mountain, or rock
preclude
to prevent something from happening or someone from doing something; to make something impossible
precocious
(of a child) having developed particular abilities and ways of behaving at a much younger age than usual
predilection
if you have a predilection for something, you like it very much
preponderance
if there is a preponderance of one type of people or things in a group, there are more of them than others
presage
to be a warning or sign that something will happen, usually something unpleasant
prescience
knowing or appearing to know about things before they happen
prescribe
of a doctor) to tell someone to take a particular medicine or have a particular treatment; to write a prescription for a particular medicine, etc.
presumptuous
too confident, in a way that shows a lack of respect for other people
pretense
a way of behaving that is intended to deceive people
primeval
1.from the earliest period of the history of the world; very ancient; 2.(of a feeling or a desire) very strong and not based on reason, as if from the earliest period of human life
privation
a lack of the basic things that people need for living
probity
the quality of being completely honest
proclivity
a natural tendency to do something or to feel something, often something bad
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