pross

noun
\ˈpräs \
variants: or prossie \ ˈprä-​sē \ or prostie \ ˈprä-​stē \

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In two hours, unbeknownst to her procurers, the new girl was picked up in a general pross bust. Gail Sheehy, Daily Intelligencer, "Wide Open City/Part II: Redpants and Sugarman," 9 Sep. 2017

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1901, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of pross was in 1901

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