Noun(1) a formal ball held for a school class toward the end of the academic year
(1) We walked along the prom to the part of the beach where Edward was allowed to run about on the sands.(2) There will be a zero tolerance campaign on graffiti and litter, new toilets for the disabled on the lower prom near Clacton Pier and new showers installed within weeks.(3) He was decent but definitely not the guy I would call as a prom date.(4) Even her white prom gown and naturally curly hair look vaguely repulsive.(5) I find the waves banging over the prom have a similar effect on me as a lava lamp.(6) Last time I was there the tide was in, so the best we could do was walk along the prom , making clucking noises at the jet-skiers disrupting the peace.(7) Erica came over after school so we could see each other's prom pictures.(8) The prom is a formal dance, usually sponsored by a high school or a college.(9) If everyone had their prom in a gym, the world would be happier.(10) Senior prom is probably the highlight of many people's high school career.(11) She'll never make it to the prom , graduate from high school, or get married and have a family of her own.(12) Senior prom is traditionally one of the highlights of high school for American students.(13) Kaitlyn was always going to win prom queen, just to show up Karen.(14) Knowledge expands her mind, but emotionally she's about as advanced as a high school prom queen.(15) In their senior year, they won both homecoming and prom king and queen.(16) They had banned people using the prom but have now discovered a by-law held by the beach patrol making it illegal for people to ride them on the beach.
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