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
Richardson delivered her baby only days after attending her senior prom, according to Fornshell.
Less than a week before the event, he was dumped by Martina Hingis who decided to go to prom with Jamie Murray instead.
The symphony orchestra is making several high-profile stops, starting with its debut performances at the Edinburgh International Festival in Scotland and the BBC Proms in London's Royal Albert Hall.
Spider-Man: Homecoming gave us a MILF, a perfect love interest, and a gorgeous outcast one metaphorical glasses removal away from being prom queen.
His host brother Trevor, then 14, helped him get ready for prom, an outing that was covered by local media.
People who celebrated their anniversary here, went to a prom or a special banquet.
But St. Martinville is also disturbingly segregated: The town still holds separate white and black proms.
There was so many things to look forward to: seniority, senior prom, senior picnic, receiving our caps and gowns, and the list goes on.
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Origin and Etymology of prom
First Known Use: 1879See Words from the same year
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