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preggy (adjective) : pregnant
I was shocked because my friends informed me she was preggy.
Submitted by: Anna Lourdes Macairan from Philippines on Feb. 28, 2008 14:34
pregnosticated (adjective) : pregnant
Submitted by: Mike from Alabama on Sep. 19, 2014 17:04
Prego (adjective) : can be used in place of "pregnant". to be pregnant. can be used for one to express feeling bloated or fat. having a "fat day".
"Does this dress make me look prego?" "Oh!, her prego belly looks so cute!" "You look prego today."
Submitted by: Miranda from Oregon on Mar. 23, 2007 14:24
pregorexic (adjective) : anorexic during pregnancy
Submitted by: Kenj from Wisconsin on Dec. 30, 2010 14:07
pregret (verb) : to regret something that one is about to do
Submitted by: rustofer from California on Oct. 04, 2008 17:58
prehab (noun) : preventive or anticipatory treatment for addictive or compulsive behaviors
That’s why, to some people, prehab sounds a lot like rehab minus the stigma of admitting a relapse. —Laura M. Holson, NY Times, March 4, 2010
Submitted by: Anonymous on Mar. 04, 2010 23:12
(noun) : physical conditioning or exercise intended for injury prevention or to speed recovery after surgery
Submitted by: Cliff Wiese from Texas on Dec. 05, 2009 12:40
(verb) : To plan to be really bad. Such as planning a scheme.
I was prehaving how I was going to sneak out tonight.
Submitted by: LoveTheJonasBrothers from Virginia on Nov. 13, 2007 07:37
(verb) : To plan to be really good before you are really bad.
You better prehave before you break curfew so you can receive a lesser punishment when you get caught. —Amber Lee, ESL student's mistake on a prefix lesson, November 7, 2007
Submitted by: Amber K. Lee from Texas on Nov. 07, 2007 08:18
prehydrate (verb) : to drink water or other liquids before exercising
"It is going to be hot today and we are going for a long run later, so let's drink some water now to prehydrate."
Submitted by: Thomas O'Donnell from Washington on May. 10, 2010 10:18
prelationship (noun) : a relationship between people who are not yet but could become romantically involved
Mark and Stacy have been dating each other for three months but are still in the prelationship stage.
Submitted by: aj on Jun. 03, 2015 14:20