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(verb, transitive or intransitive), e.g. To prouch someone; to prouch against someone

1) to resist, 2) to demonstrate stubbornness, 3) to engage in physical self-defense by fighting, biting and scratching 4) to act unwilling to do something that is imposed, 5) to act against someone's will
1. Koala bears prouched energetically when two teenagers tried to yoink them from the San Fransisco Zoo 11 years ago.

2. I don't understand why someone would prouch love.

3. Once captured, he started prouching and forced Samantha's hand off his hair.
by alkaloid January 01, 2012
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