Definition of prop:
dub over, spur, cherish, fifteen, advance person, bear, conversion, cutaway, dub, set, dimension, set ashore, animation, gantry, frame, airscrew, settle, pile, acolyte, lay, stay, belongings, holding, carry, lock, cut, foundation, put, line-out, maintain, place kick, keep, reinforcement, dub in, ancillary, conversion kick, mount, position, direct, sustain, Australian Rules football, administrative assistant, assistant, keep up, rafter, balance, shore up, scaffold, set out, hold up, shore, cutting room, place, property, accomplice, put down, ally, prop up, direction, land, attribute, agent, fly half, stanchion, framework, joist, dub out, convert, airplane propeller, aid, mounting, aide.
- aid (part of speech: verb)
- support (part of speech: verb)
- strengthen (part of speech: verb)
The company retorted that, so far as the horses and cows were concerned, it was the practice of the natives, for miles around, whenever they had an animal about to die, to lead or, if it was unable to walk, to haul it to the railway, and prop it against the fence with a foot on the rail, and then to demand compensation for its death.- "The Charm of Ireland", Burton Egbert Stevenson.
- "The Progressionists, and Angela.", Conrad von Bolanden.
- "The Window-Gazer", Isabel Ecclestone Mackay.