Synonyms for prune
Antonyms for prune
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRUNE
I might fertilize him, I might prune him, and I might use insecticide on him.
The one great work that a vinedresser has to do for the branch every year is to prune it.
Then, how I would toil, toil, prune and expand his feeble ideas!
He meant at least to prune the orchard and maybe set out dwarfs.
Nourish your idea plants that have been starved; prune your word plants.
Considered from every standpoint, March and April are quite the best months in which to prune.
Mulberry-colour, much like that we call plum-colour or prune.
Prune off all dead wood, and all the little twigs on the main limbs.
He must put his legs up on the sofa; and he must have a glass of prune brandy too.
To cut or prune gooseberry and currant-trees is very simple.
mid-14c., "a plum," also "a dried plum" (c.1200 in place name Prunhill), from Old French pronne "plum" (13c.), from Vulgar Latin *pruna, fem. singular formed from Latin pruna, neuter plural of prunum "a plum," by dissimilation from Greek proumnon, from a language of Asia Minor. Slang meaning "disagreeable or disliked person" is from 1895. Prune juice is from 1807.