proface

interjection pro·face \prōˈfās\

Definition of proface

obsolete

  1. —used as a salutation in welcoming or drinking healths Proface! What you want in meat, we'll have in drink — Shakespeare

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Origin and Etymology of proface

Middle French (bon) prou (vous) fasse, literally, may it make you good profit


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