pro·fi·cu·us[1]

  1. arise
  2. depart
  3. set out
  4. to start forward

Synonyms for proficuus

  • abscedodepart, leave, to go away
  • egrediordepart, exit, leave, to come out, to go out
  • egressiodepart, withdraw, withdrawal
  • egressusdepart, exit, leave, to go out
  • emanioarise, emanate, originate, spread, to flow out
  • evadoescape, get off, result, set out, to escape, to go out
  • existoappear, arise, to become, to stand forth
  • exsistoappear, arise, be, exist, happen, take place, to emerge, to stand forth
  • proficiscorarise, depart, march, set out, to arise, to depart, to start forward, to travel
  • recedodepart, disappear, pass away, retire, retreat, to fall back, to go back, withdraw

Similar to proficuus

  • promiscuuscommonplace, indiscriminate, mixed, usual
  • proficioaccomplish, aid, assist, be of use, be tageous, ce, help, to go on, to make progress
  • proficiscorarise, depart, march, set out, to arise, to depart, to start forward, to travel
  • profiteorconfess, offer, profess, promise, to acknowledge, to confess, to declare oneself, to declare publicly, to make a public statement, to take a monastic oath
  • propriuscharacteristic, one's own, particular, peculiar, permanent, special
  • profusiusprofusely
  • propitiusfavorable, gracious
  • professoriusauthoritative
  • proletariusa citizen of the lowest rank
  • proavusgreat