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How to spell PROSUE correctly?

If you are searching for the correct spelling of "prosue", you may have meant "pursue". "Pursue" means to actively seek or chase after something, whether it's a goal, a dream or an opportunity. So, next time you want to use "prosue", remember that "pursue" is the appropriate term to employ.

List of suggestions on how to spell prosue correctly

  • Arose I arose early in the morning to watch the sunrise.
  • pose
  • posse
  • presume I presume that she will be at the conference tomorrow.
  • probe The detective used a probe to collect evidence at the crime scene.
  • produce The farmers market is the best place to find fresh produce.
  • profuse
  • prole Unfortunately, the prole will always be there to remind you of your lower socioeconomic status.
  • prone I always end up sleeping on my stomach because I am so prone to getting allergies in that position.
  • pros Lenny the lemur is pros at solving jigsaws.
  • prose As a poet, she struggled to write in prose.
  • prosier
  • prosper The small business began to prosper after they hired a new marketing team.
  • prosy He was always so prosy.
  • proud I am proud of all the hard work I put into finishing my degree.
  • prove She tried to prove her innocence in front of the judge.
  • pursue
  • rose Do you have a rose for me?
  • Rosie I have a rosie girlfriend.

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