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.
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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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