prostate vs prostrate

prostate prostrate

Definitions

  • 1) The prostate gland.
  • 2) a firm partly muscular chestnut sized gland in males at the neck of the urethra; produces a viscid secretion that is the fluid part of semen
  • 3) The prostate gland; a large glandular body which embraces the urethra immediately in front of the mouth of the bladder, whence the name.
  • 4) In platyhelminths and earthworms, a glandular body connected with the sperm-duct.
  • 5) Alternative spelling of pro-state.
  • 6) Of or relating to the prostate gland.
  • 7) (Anat.) Standing before; -- applied to a gland which is found in the males of most mammals, and is situated at the neck of the bladder where this joins the urethra.

Definitions

  • 1) Emotionally devastated.
  • 2) Physically incapacitated from environmental exposure or debilitating disease.
  • 3) Lying flat, facedown.
  • 4) Lying flat or at full length.
  • 5) Botany Growing flat along the ground.
  • 6) Reduced to extreme weakness or incapacitation; overcome.
  • 7) Lying face down, as in submission or adoration.
  • 8) Lying in a humble, lowly, or suppliant posture.
  • 9) Lying at length, or with the body extended on the ground or other surface; stretched out.
  • 10) Lying at mercy, as a supplicant.
  • 11) (Bot.) Trailing on the ground; procumbent.
  • 12) lying face downward
  • 13) stretched out and lying at full length along the ground
  • 14) To cause to lie down, to flatten; (figuratively) to overcome or overpower.
  • 15) To lie flat or facedown.
  • 16) To throw oneself down in submission (also figuratively).
  • 17) throw down flat, as on the ground
  • 18) get into a prostrate position, as in submission
  • 19) render helpless or defenseless
  • 20) To put or throw flat with the face down, as in submission or adoration.
  • 21) To cause to lie flat.
  • 22) To reduce to extreme weakness or incapacitation; overcome.
  • 23) to overthrow; to demolish; to destroy; to deprive of efficiency; to ruin
  • 24) To lay fiat; to throw down; to level; to fell
  • 25) To throw down, or cause to fall in humility or adoration; to cause to bow in humble reverence; used reflexively.
  • 26) To cause to sink totally; to deprive of strength; to reduce.

Examples

  • 1) It was a miracle that my prostate did not play up, which was my greatest concern.
  • 2) Autopsy revealed that Hubert was suffering from an incipient neoplasm in his prostate gland.
  • 3) Like a medical checkup, except they probe the old brain box instead of the prostate.
  • 4) But then Dieter didn't spend every day of his life getting a prostate massage from a motorcycle.
  • 5) ‘The accessory glands, including the seminal vesicles and the prostate gland, provide fluids that lubricate the duct system and nourish the sperm.’
  • 6) ‘The prostate gland surrounds the urethra at the base of the bladder in men.’
  • 7) ‘The specimen consisted of a urinary bladder and attached prostate gland with bilateral seminal vesicles and vas deference.’
  • 8) ‘The most common technique is a ‘radical prostatectomy’, which involves removing the prostate gland, seminal vesicles and nearby lymph nodes.’
  • 9) ‘Work by relaxing the muscles at the neck of the bladder and in the prostate.’
  • 10) ‘Seminal fluid continues to be produced normally by the prostate gland and seminal vesicles.’
  • 11) ‘Digital rectal examination is performed to examine the prostate gland, seminal vesicles, and possible cysts that can cause ejaculatory duct obstruction.’
  • 12) ‘The prostate gland encircles the urethra adjacent to the neck of the bladder and is formed of 30 to 50 tubuloalveolar glands grouped into lobes.’
  • 13) ‘The section of the urethra that traverses the prostate gland is called the prostatic urethra.’
  • 14) ‘It is sometimes caused by an enlarged prostate gland pressing on the bladder that creates a cavity from which urine cannot entirely empty.’
  • 15) ‘Most of the semen fluid comes from the prostate gland rather than the testicles.’
  • 16) ‘The prostate is a small gland about the size of a walnut situated at the base of the bladder.’
  • 17) ‘In these experiments, pregnant mice were exposed to low levels of bisphenol A at a time when their male fetuses' prostates were developing.’
  • 18) ‘The prostate gland makes a fluid that provides nutrients for sperm.’
  • 19) ‘The prostate gland occurs in all men and all male mammals.’
  • 20) ‘At the time of release, the sperm is mixed with fluid from the seminal vesicles and prostate gland.’
  • 21) ‘Because the prostate gland sits below the bladder, the disease affects its functions.’
  • 22) ‘The prostate gland is just below the bladder, and infections can pass both ways along the urethra.’
  • 23) ‘A drug used to fight baldness and enlarged prostates also protects against prostate cancer, offering the first way men can cut their risk for a major cancer killer, researchers reported yesterday.’
  • 24) ‘This chapter focuses on infections of the male urethra, epididymis, testis, and prostate.’

Examples

  • 1) You may be able to be rescued for one day, but the next day another will come and you will again willingly prostrate yourself before him.
  • 2) By the way, avoid some embarrassment by not confusing prostate, which can be inflamed enough to knock you to the floor, with the word prostrate, which means you are lying flat on the floor.
  • 3) My joints are stiff, my prostrate is large, And I must answer to the captain in charge.
  • 4) Or sit out there making a Daisy Chain, but I think after my photography session I've had enough suspicious glances from my neighbours seeing me yet again prostrate on my lawn.
  • 5) My joints are stiff, my prostrate is largeAnd I must answer to the man in charge.
  • 6) My joints are stiff, my prostrate is large, And I must answer to the man in charge.
  • 7) A World News article in some editions Friday misspelled the word as prostrate.
  • 8) He recalled the prostrate form of Henry Xonck — it might not be long before Francis Xonck was more powerful than five Harald Crabbés put together.
  • 9) ‘I don't actually suffer from it in real life, but in dreams I often find myself lying prostrate and petrified on top of a building, afraid to stand up.’
  • 10) ‘Sometimes he was on my legs, other times he was stretched out prostrate across my torso.’
  • 11) ‘While strolling, I caught sight of a half-naked, deformed figure lying prostrate on the pavement.’
  • 12) ‘Her eyes immediately fell upon the lone prostrate figure on the bed.’
  • 13) ‘A few of the medics rushed over to kneel and check the prostrate figures.’
  • 14) ‘The Ballroom went instantly silent as everyone stared at my father's prostrate figure.’
  • 15) ‘Carrying her prostrate figure, he straightened and threw our direction one triumphant look before encasing them both with his majestic wing and fading into nothingness.’
  • 16) ‘According to a storekeeper, at about 9: 10 pm, a man was spotted prostrate on the ground by a police car.’
  • 17) ‘The contact looked innocuous enough but it left the big Glasgow prop prostrate on the ground, his body convulsing in a way that ensured the medics lost no time going to his aid.’
  • 18) ‘I soon settled in for some rigorous study, busying myself with my alternately prone and prostrate experiments.’
  • 19) ‘Some of the people around me lay prostrate on the ground, while others milled around, looking, pointing and whispering to each other.’
  • 20) ‘Interestingly, Rembrandt overpainted the figure of a prostrate woman at Christ's feet with the present kneeling figure.’
  • 21) ‘To the left of the prostrate face-up male figure appears a female figure with a highly piled coiffure.’
  • 22) ‘The sermon was accompanied by such divine power that the whole congregation, except one man, fell prostrate upon the floor, and voiced their agony under conviction of sin, in such loud outcries that the preacher was forced to stop.’
  • 23) ‘For my part I was silent on the cause of my own absent-mindedness - the lasses had by now vanished into a studio - and, whilst accepting the proffered hand with which to rise from my prostrate position, observed the man.’
  • 24) ‘This is a fascinating, frustrating, entertaining and perplexing voyage through his psyche: a posthumous psychoanalysis in which the prostrate subject never gets the chance to sit up and protest.’
  • 25) ‘How long will the mainstream media lie prostrate for this kind of insulting and deeply contemptuous nonsense, which weakens our nation and leaves us more vulnerable to attack than we were before?’
  • 26) ‘And when the Earth itself has been laid prostrate?’
  • 27) ‘Rich in texture, colour and clarity, images of laughing Tibetan monks and prostrate beggars bring you directly into the lives of his subjects and have you almost living along with them.’
  • 28) ‘I once had to step over his not inconsiderable prostrate body to get to my table, after he had clearly been ‘enjoying’ a rather ‘lively’ lunch.’
  • 29) ‘So many women would have been hysterical and prostrate with grief by this stage.’
  • 30) ‘In that area, natural Atriplex cover was very low, with only some prostrate plants growing on creek banks.’
  • 31) ‘The duckweeds grow in a prostrate orientation upon the surface of water and rely on the buoyant forces of their environment for support, rather than lignified structures.’
  • 32) ‘P. myriophylla is a woody subshrub that forms patches of prostrate or decumbent stems often rooting at the nodes.’
  • 33) ‘They are decumbent, not prostrate, so that the young branch tips point upward.’
  • 34) ‘Older studies noted that runners, stolons or prostrate stems of many plants became more erect when shaded.’
  • 35) ‘Some of the men had prostrated themselves flat on their faces, arms outstretched towards the Goddess.’
  • 36) ‘Another (even greater) problem was that she was unwilling to submit to her dictates or prostrate herself in abject submission.’
  • 37) ‘The president was overpowered by the General's position, and prostrated himself as flat as a spider in a deep bow, and apologized humbly.’
  • 38) ‘He spent untold hours in prayer, prostrating himself on the floor of the church at night.’
  • 39) ‘He has been allowed to keep his sword but the next time he swings it around his head and demands that opponents fall down and prostrate themselves in front of him, the sound of muffled laughter will be difficult to suppress.’
  • 40) ‘Probably, like Lot, he's prostrating himself, falling on his face to the earth.’
  • 41) ‘The troll echoed the sentiment and prostrated himself on the floor.’
  • 42) ‘The hyena prostrated herself to the earth, throwing herself on her knees, bending her paws, moving her head up and down, looking up into his face, as though she were giving him her promise.’
  • 43) ‘They throw their crowns before this throne and prostrate themselves as servants of this Lord, singing.’
  • 44) ‘He prostrated himself, but his trivial performance only brought on more tears and anger.’
  • 45) ‘Still, however, a Buddhist will prostrate himself and bow his head to the floor three times in front of a Buddha image or a monk as a sign of respect.’
  • 46) ‘In fact the whole country has seen him on television prostrating himself in front of the Prime Minister's residence, but public memory is short and as you said, he is no celebrity.’
  • 47) ‘In Tibet, he goes on a high altitude pilgrimage, a kora or circumambulation, around the very sacred Mt. Kailash, with devotees prostrating themselves on their stomachs around the base of the mountain in a journey that can last for weeks.’
  • 48) ‘‘You are Canada's pride. You are Canada to me,’ he uttered, virtually prostrating himself in front of them in hopes of scoring some elusive Alberta votes.’
  • 49) ‘But now it's clear that what I should have been doing is prostrating myself on the carpet and having the word ‘doormat’ tattooed on my backside.’
  • 50) ‘Did all the many pairs of eyes that must have looked at this sorry text before publication belong to people too busy prostrating themselves in deference to the living treasure who wrote it?’
  • 51) ‘Your teacher will not wear curious robes or expect you to prostrate yourself every time he or she enters the room.’
  • 52) ‘This is complete nonsense, as anyone who has mistakenly prostrated themselves before the person of their dreams will confirm.’
  • 53) ‘When Roshi came out of his room to wash, the monk was prostrating himself outside the door.’
  • 54) ‘He never doubted, and gratefully recognized, Mary's own contribution to the device of the joint monarchy, and her death on 27 December 1694 prostrated him for months.’
  • 55) ‘She quickly ran up to him in time to catch him in her arms and with horror heard the wild scream of the spirit that racked and prostrated the unhappy man.’
  • 56) ‘Drenched in sweat, they are prostrated by fatigue, ‘sucking in hot air like bellows and breathless in the suffocating heat’.’
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