5 letter words with PRA in the middle

5 letter words with PRA in the middle in English

Common 5 letter words with PRA in the middle with meaning

Definition of Sprat

Sprat is a noun and a type of small, edible fish found in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. It is also known as a brisling.

  • US: /spræt/
  • UK: /spræt/
Origin and Usage

The word "sprat" originated from Old English "spreot," meaning a kind of fish. The word was first recorded in the 15th century. Sprats are commonly used as bait for larger fish, but they are also eaten by humans. In some countries, they are canned and sold as a delicacy.


Some synonyms of sprat include brisling, whitebait, and sardine.

Related Words
  • brats
  • strap
  • parts
  • start
  • smart
Example Sentences
  1. She ordered a plate of fried sprats for dinner.
  2. The fishermen used sprats as bait to catch larger fish.
  3. Sprats are a popular ingredient in Scandinavian cuisine.
Parts of Speech:

Spray can be used as a noun or a verb.


As a noun, spray means a mass of small liquid droplets that are dispersed in the air. As a verb, spray means to disperse liquid in small droplets in the air.


US: /spreɪ/

UK: /spreɪ/

Origin and Usage:

The word spray originated from the Middle Dutch word "sprayen," which means to sprinkle. It has been in use in the English language since the 16th century. The word is commonly used in weather reports to describe the presence of small droplets of water in the air, known as "spray," during windy or stormy conditions.


Synonyms for spray as a noun include mist, shower, and spritz. Synonyms for spray as a verb include sprinkle, squirt, and mist.

Related Words:

Other 5 letter words related to spray include spout, splat, and spade.

Example Sentences:
  • The spray from the waterfall felt refreshing on her face.
  • He sprayed the plants with water to keep them hydrated.
  • The waves crashed against the rocks, sending spray into the air.