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1. An adjective denoting the complexity of a thing or event; when something seems far too difficult to undertake or complete; when one is involved in a "sticky situation." (Derives from the words "Progressive" and "Prog", used to describe certain types of rock/Metal music (e.g., Rush, Dream Theater, Genesis, Symphony X, Tool, etc.), which may use odd time-signatures and, at times, contain mind-blowing musicianship.)

2. My also refer to the manner in which one is dressed: One will usually sport a white button-down shirt and tight-fit pants (black jeans, leather, blue jeans, white pants).
"My Advanced Quantam Physics exam was so prog that my heart almost stopped as I was trying to complete it."

"Did you see John Paul at the party yesterday? He was proggin' it up with his clean-ass white Calvin Klein button-down. He dressed mad prog."
by NJustice4All January 14, 2007
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8.
Also known as 'art rock'.
The Mars Volta are a modern day prog band.
by moongunk November 07, 2004
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Dilemma, quandary, worriment or botheration.
Uh-oh, looks like progs. Progs on the horizon. Prognosis: progs.
by Squidney Dangerfield October 24, 2003
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A new musical, artistic, and social movement encompassing progressive experimental music, progressive experimental art, progressive views on social and cultural issues, and general open-mindedness to all aspects of human life.
The Prog movement is said to have started in the early 21st century in Seattle, WA.
by JustLikeAkimbo September 23, 2005
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