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- n. A word that substitutes for words, phrases, clauses, or sentences, whose meaning is recoverable in context.
'Farm teams,' a 'semi-pro' league of both basketball and football, pro-form, (that is, playing for pay).
Art historical viewpoints previously too often considered mutually exclusive - pro-narrative versus pro-form - are synthesized.
I already have to cope with their dull and pro-form striped ties).
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