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How to spell PROWNESS correctly?

"Prowness" is not a correct spelling. The correct forms are "prowess" and "prone". "Prowess" refers to exceptional skill or ability, while "prone" means susceptible or disposed to something.

List of suggestions on how to spell prowness correctly

  • brownness I was surprised by the rich brownness of the soil, as it was much darker than the sandy earth I was used to seeing.
  • poorness The poorness of the soil made it difficult to grow any crops.
  • primness I'm not sure if that's the right primness for the occasion.
  • process I have a process for getting out of bed each morning.
  • profess He would often profess his love for her in the most extravagant ways.
  • proneness My family's proneness to allergies has resulted in a carefully crafted menu for holiday dinners.
  • prowess The prowess of the horse was evident in their performance.
  • prowlers The homeowners installed outdoor security cameras to deter prowlers from trespassing on their property.
  • Rawness The rawness of the emotions in her voice during the performance left the audience stunned.

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