Examples of prom in a Sentence
Are you going to the prom?
he resolved to ask her to the school prom at the first opportunity
Recent Examples of prom from the Web
Proud mom Kelly shares a snap of Lola headed to prom in June 2018.
He and Lacey go to prom together, but then drift apart in college.
Last month, 17-year-old Allison Closs went viral for bringing an unusual date to prom: a life-size cardboard cutout of actor Danny DeVito (wearing a tie and everything).
Eller's videos run the gamut from prepared discussions based on a specific question (Should Christians go to prom?
Ben, who has Down syndrome, had no idea Rachel was going to ask him to senior prom.
At times this feels like a valid riposte to the entirety of outrage culture, with its tsk-tsking of non-Mexican kids wearing sombreros as costumes or a white teenager wearing a qipao to prom.
Last week, according to a story widely circulated at the school, a male senior at the school looked out his window one afternoon to find a female classmate standing outside his house, holding a sign asking him to prom.
Gordon, a 17-year-old senior at Lindbloom High School, doesn’t go to prom until June.
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PROM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of prom for English Language Learners
: a formal dance for high school students usually at the end of the school year
PROM Defined for Kids
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