Progue (?), v. i.

To prog.

[Obs.]

P. Fletcher.

 

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Progue, n.

A sharp point; a goad.

[ Scot. & Local, U. S.] --

v. t.

To prick; to goad.

[ Scot. & Local, U. S.].

 

© Webster 1913.

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