Prow"ess (?), n. [OF. proece, proesce, F. prouesse. See Prow, a.]

Distinguished bravery; valor; especially, military bravery and skill; gallantry; intrepidity; fearlessness.

Chaucer. Sir P. Sidney.

He by his prowess conquered all France. Shak.

 

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