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See also: pringle


Proper noun[edit]


  1. A surname​.
  2. A borough in Pennsylvania.
  3. A town in South Dakota.


Pringle (plural Pringles)

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  1. An individual potato snack of the Pringles brand.
    • 1984, Oliver Bloodstein, Speech pathology: an introduction
      Prizant and Duchan found that some echoes were modified to serve the function of requests. For example, to the question "What do you want?" one child answered, "What do you want a Pringle."
    • 2005, Shane A Bernskoetter, Surviving Twilight: A Soldier's Chronicle of Daily Life in Iraq
      We watched him for a few minutes as he explored the area and then I broke off a piece of a Pringle.
    • 2007, Ronnie Blackwell, Serve It Cold
      And who am I, an avid nacho-cheese Doritos with pinot blanc fan, to cast aspersions? I was nibbling on a Pringle when something caught my eye.
    • 2009, Mark Schapiro, Exposed: The Toxic Chemistry of Everyday Products and What's at Stake for American Power
      Alas, the pizza-flavored Pringle rollout never happened in Italy, but in the United Kingdom and the United States, the snacks have been a hit.