1. to lengthen out in time; extend the duration of; cause to continue longer: to prolong one's stay abroad.
2. to make longer in spatial extent: to prolong a line.
"Where grizzlies do follow through on a charge and actually attack, they will usually bite at the head. The best defense is to lie prone, face down, legs spread to make it harder for the bear to flip you over, and hands gripped around the neck. Normally, once a grizzly is sure you are no longer a threat, it will leave. This is why most wildlife agencies in grizzly country advise that people play dead if attacked. Struggling or fighting back will almost certainly intensify and prolong the attack.
by D-Magnum May 22, 2008
A code word in the LGBTQ community, a more "dirty word" to represent same-sex sexual intercourse.
Nathan: Hello brad, I am getting to like you we should move our relationship further
Brad: Codeword Prolonged? ;)
by Nathan LGBTQ December 1, 2019
In this economy many people are looking for ways to save money. One is to prolong their products. For example, they may water down handsoap or cut open a tube of toothpaste to scrape all of the toothpaste out. These things are done to ensure every ounce of product is used before buying anything new.
girl 1: There is no more handsoap left.

girl 2: Sure there is! (fills up the soap bottle with water)

girl 1: The handsoap is water-downed now! Stop being a product prolonger and toss the bottle in the garbage!
by FASH1976 April 29, 2010
When two individuals hug for a long time. Usually more than 5 minutes.
Guy: Psst omg are Keith and Brooke prolonged hugging again?
by BrokenStorm February 12, 2016
When a woman is giving birth, a volunteer male inserts his dickhead into her pussy and delays labor.
He gave her a prolonged preggo!
by Danth Eman March 31, 2007
An ancient sign to ward off evil, invented by Bo Burnham.
That kid just got vaporized when John made prolonged eye contact with him.
by Some Lonely Loser November 3, 2019