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pre-Revolution
adj. * * *
pre-Roman
adj., n. * * *
Pre-Romanticism
▪ European history       cultural movement in Europe from about the 1740s onward that preceded and presaged the artistic movement known as Romanticism (q.v.). Chief ...
pre-Saxon
adj., n. * * *
pre-Semitic
adj., n. * * *
pre-Shakespeare
adj. * * *
pre-Silurian
adj., n. * * *
pre-soak
pre-soak [prē′sōk΄] vt. to soak beforehand; specif., to soak (laundry) in a detergent solution before beginning the regular laundering process * * *
pre-Socratic
/pree'seuh krat"ik, -soh-/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to the philosophers or philosophical systems of the period before the Socratic period. n. 2. any philosopher of this ...
pre-Socratics
Earliest Greek philosophers (those who preceded Socrates) whose attention to questions about the origin and nature of the physical world has led to their being called ...
pre-Solomonic
adj. * * *
pre-Solonian
adj. * * *
pre-Spanish
adj. * * *
pre-Sumerian
adj., n. * * *
pre-Syriac
adj., n. * * *
pre-Syrian
adj., n. * * *
pre-Tertiary
adj. * * *
pre-Tridentine
adj. * * *
pre-Tudor
adj. * * *
pre-Vergilian
adj. * * *
pre-Victorian
adj. * * *
pre-Virgilian
adj. * * *
pre-Volstead
adj. * * *
preabsorb
v. * * *
preabsorbent
adj., n. * * *
preabstract
adj. * * *
preabundance
n. * * *
preabundant
adj.; preabundantly, adv. * * *
preaccept
v. * * *
preaccess
n. * * *
preaccessible
adj. * * *
preaccidental
adj.; preaccidentally, adv. * * *
preaccommodate
v.t., preaccommodated, preaccommodating. * * *
preaccomplish
v.t. * * *
preaccord
n., v.i. * * *
preaccount
v. * * *
preaccredit
v.t. * * *
preaccumulate
v.t., preaccumulated, preaccumulating. * * *
preaccuse
v.t., preaccused, preaccusing. * * *
preaccustom
v.t. * * *
preacetabular
adj. * * *
preach
/preech/, v.t. 1. to proclaim or make known by sermon (the gospel, good tidings, etc.). 2. to deliver (a sermon). 3. to advocate or inculcate (religious or moral truth, right ...
preacher
/pree"cheuhr/, n. 1. a person whose occupation or function it is to preach the gospel. 2. a person who preaches. 3. See Friar Preacher. [1175-1225; ME precho(u)r < OF prech(e)or, ...
preacher bird.
See red-eyed vireo. * * *
preachieved
adj. * * *
preachification
See preachify. * * *
preachify
—preachification, n. /pree"cheuh fuy'/, v.i., preachified, preachifying. to preach in an obtrusive or tedious way. [1765-75; PREACH + -IFY] * * *
preachily
See preachy. * * *
preachiness
See preachily. * * *
preaching
—preachingly, adv. /pree"ching/, n. 1. the act or practice of a person who preaches. 2. the art of delivering sermons. 3. a sermon. 4. a public religious service with a ...
preachingly
See preach. * * *
preachment
/preech"meuhnt/, n. 1. the act of preaching. 2. a sermon or other discourse, esp. when obtrusive or tedious. [1300-50; ME prechement < OF preë(s)chement < ML praedicamentum ...
preachy
—preachily, adv. —preachiness, n. /pree"chee/, adj., preachier, preachiest. tediously or pretentiously didactic. [1810-20; PREACH + -Y1] * * *
preacid
adj.; preacidness, n. * * *
preacidity
n. * * *
preacknowledge
v.t., preacknowledged, preacknowledging. * * *
preacquaint
v.t. * * *
preacquire
v., preacquired, preacquiring. * * *
preacquisitive
adj.; preacquisitively, adv.; preacquisitiveness, n. * * *
preacquit
v.t., preacquitted, preacquitting. * * *
preacquittal
n. * * *
preact
v.t. * * *
preaction
n. * * *
preactive
adj.; preactively, adv.; preactiveness, n. * * *
preactivity
n., pl. preactivities. * * *
preadapt
—preadaptable, adj. /pree'euh dapt"/, v.i. Biol. to undergo pre-adaptation. [1840-50; PRE- + ADAPT] * * *
preadaptation
/pree'ad euhp tay"sheuhn/, n. Biol. a structure or property that developed in an ancestral stock and was useful in a descendant in a changed environment. [1885-90; PRE- + ...
preaddition
n. * * *
preadditional
adj. * * *
preaddress
n., v.t. * * *
preadequacy
n. * * *
preadequate
adj.; preadequately, adv.; preadequateness, n. * * *
preadhere
v.i., preadhered, preadhering. * * *
preadherence
n. * * *
preadherent
adj.; preadherently, adv. * * *
preadjectival
adj.; preadjectivally, adv. * * *
preadjective
adj. * * *
preadjourn
v. * * *
preadjust
v.t. * * *
preadjustable
adj. * * *
preadmire
v.t., preadmired, preadmiring. * * *
preadmirer
n. * * *
preadmission
/pree'ad mish"euhn/, n. (in a reciprocating engine) admission of steam or the like to the head of the cylinder near the end of the stroke, as to cushion the force of the stroke ...
preadmit
v.t., preadmitted, preadmitting. * * *
preadmonish
v.t. * * *
preadolescence
/pree'ad l es"euhns/, n. the period preceding adolescence, usually designated as the years from 10 to 13. [1925-30; PRE- + ADOLESCENCE] * * *
preadolescent
/pree'ad l es"euhnt/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to preadolescence or a preadolescent. n. 2. a person who is in the preadolescent years. [1905-10; PRE- + ADOLESCENT] * * *
preadopt
v.t. * * *
preadoption
n. * * *
preadorn
v.t. * * *
preadornment
n. * * *
preadult
—preadulthood, n. /pree'euh dult", pree ad"ult/, adj. of or pertaining to the period prior to adulthood: preadult strivings for independence. [1900-05; PRE- + ADULT] * * *
preadvertise
v., preadvertised, preadvertising. * * *
preadvice
n. * * *
preadvisable
adj. * * *
preadvise
v.t., preadvised, preadvising. * * *
preadvisory
adj. * * *
preadvocacy
n. * * *
preadvocate
n. v.t., preadvocated, preadvocating. * * *
preaestival
adj. * * *
preaffect
v.t. * * *
preaffection
n. * * *
preaffidavit
n. * * *
preaffiliate
n. v., preaffiliated, preaffiliating. * * *
preaffirm
v. * * *
preaffirmative
adj. * * *
preafflict
v.t. * * *
preafternoon
n., adj. * * *
preage
v., preaged, preaging. * * *
preaged
adj. * * *
preaggravate
v.t., preaggravated, preaggravating. * * *
preaggressive
adj.; preaggressively, adv.; preaggressiveness, n. * * *
preagitate
v.t., preagitated, preagitating. * * *
preagitation
n. * * *
preagree
v.i., preagreed, preagreeing. * * *
preagreement
n. * * *
preagricultural
adj. * * *
Preakness
/preek"nis/, n. a horse race for three-year-olds run annually two weeks after the Kentucky Derby at Pimlico in Baltimore, Md. * * *
Preakness Stakes
One of the three classic U.S. horse races making up the Triple Crown. It is held annually in mid-May at Baltimore's Pimlico Race Course. The course distance is 1316 mi (1.9 km). ...
Preakness Stakes Table
▪ Table The Preakness Stakes year horse jockey 1873 Survivor G. Barbee 1874 Culpepper W. Donohue 1875 Tom Ochiltree L. Hughes 1876 Shirley G. ...
prealarm
v.t., n. * * *
prealcoholic
adj. * * *
prealgebra
n., adj. * * *
prealgebraic
adj. * * *
preallege
v.t., prealleged, prealleging. * * *
prealliance
n. * * *
preallied
adj. * * *
preallot
v.t., preallotted, preallotting. * * *
preallotment
/pree'euh lot"meuhnt/, n. an allotment given in advance. [PRE- + ALLOTMENT] * * *
preallow
v.t. * * *
preallowable
adj.; preallowably, adv. * * *
preallowance
n. * * *
preallude
v.i., prealluded, prealluding. * * *
preallusion
n. * * *
preally
n., pl. preallies. v., preallied, preallying. * * *
prealphabet
adj., n. * * *
prealphabetical
adj.; prealphabetically, adv. * * *
prealtar
/pree awl"teuhr/, adj. in front of the altar. [PRE- + ALTAR] * * *
prealter
v.t. * * *
prealternate molt
/pree awl"teuhr nit/, Ornith. the molt by which many birds replace only some and rarely all of the feathers assumed at the prebasic molt, usually occurring prior to ...
preambition
n. * * *
preambitious
adj.; preambitiously, adv. * * *
preamble
—preambled, adj. /pree"am'beuhl, pree am"-/, n. 1. an introductory statement; preface; introduction. 2. the introductory part of a statute, deed, or the like, stating the ...
preambulary
See preamble. * * *
preamp
/pree"amp'/, n. Informal. a preamplifier. Also, pre-amp. [1955-60; by shortening] * * *
preamplifier
/pree am"pleuh fuy'euhr/, n. a device in the amplifier circuit of a radio or phonograph that increases the strength of a weak signal for detection and further ...
preanal
adj. * * *
preanaphoral
adj. * * *
preanesthetic
/pree an'euhs thet"ik, pree'an-/, n. 1. a substance that produces a preliminary or light anesthesia. adj. 2. given prior to an anesthetic that induces total ...
Preanger system
▪ Dutch revenue system Dutch  Preanger Stelsel,         revenue system introduced in the 18th century in Preanger (now Priangan) of western Java (now part of ...
preannex
v.t. * * *
preannounce
v.t., preannounced, preannouncing. * * *
preannouncement
n., adj. * * *
preannouncer
n. * * *
preantepenult
adj. * * *
preanticipate
v.t., preanticipated, preanticipating. * * *
preantiquity
n., pl. preantiquities. * * *
preantiseptic
/pree'an teuh sep"tik/, adj. Med. (esp. of surgery) noting that period of time before the adoption of the principles of antisepsis (about 1867). [PRE- + ANTISEPTIC] * * *
preaortic
adj. * * *
preapply
v.t., preapplied, preapplying. * * *
preappoint
—preappointment, n. /pree'euh poynt"/, v.t. to appoint beforehand. [1625-35; PRE- + APPOINT] * * *
preapprize
v.t., preapprized, preapprizing. * * *
preapproval
n. * * *
preapprove
v., preapproved, preapproving. * * *
preaptitude
n. * * *
prearm
v.t. * * *
prearrange
—prearrangement, n. /pree'euh raynj"/, v.t., prearranged, prearranging. to arrange in advance or beforehand. [1805-15; PRE- + ARRANGE] * * *
prearrangement
See prearrange. * * *
prearrest
v.t. * * *
prearticulate
adj. * * *
preartistic
adj. * * *
preascertain
v.t. * * *
preascetic
adj. * * *
preaseptic
/pree'euh sep"tik/, adj. Med. pertaining to the period before the use of aseptic practices in surgery. [PRE- + ASEPTIC] * * *
preassemble
v.t., preassembled, preassembling. * * *
preassembly
n., pl. preassemblies. * * *
preassert
v.t. * * *
preassign
v.t. * * *
preassigned
adj. * * *
preassume
v.t., preassumed, preassuming. * * *
preassurance
n. * * *
preassure
v.t., preassured, preassuring. * * *
preataxic
adj. * * *
preatomic
/pree'euh tom"ik/, adj. of or pertaining to the period of history preceding the atomic age. [1910-15; PRE- + ATOMIC] * * *
preattune
v.t., preattuned, preattuning. * * *
preaudit
/pree aw"dit/, n. Accounting. an examination of vouchers, contracts, etc., in order to substantiate a transaction or a series of transactions before they are paid for and ...
preauditory
adj. * * *
preauricular
adj. * * *
preauthorize
v.t., preauthorized, preauthorizing. * * *
preaver
v.t., preaverred, preaverring. * * *
preavowal
n. * * *
preaxial
—preaxially, adv. /pree ak"see euhl/, adj. Anat., Zool. situated before the body axis; pertaining to the radial side of the upper limb and the tibial side of the lower ...
preaxially
See preaxial. * * *
prebachelor
adj., n. * * *
prebake
v., prebaked, prebaking. * * *
prebalance
v., prebalanced, prebalancing. * * *
preballot
v.t., preballoted, preballoting. * * *
prebankruptcy
n., pl. prebankruptcies. * * *
prebarbaric
adj. * * *
prebarbarous
adj.; prebarbarously, adv.; prebarbarousness, n. * * *
prebargain
v.t. * * *
prebasal
adj. * * *
prebasic molt
/pree bay"sik/, Ornith. the molt by which most birds replace all of their feathers, usually occurring annually after the breeding season. [PRE- + BASIC] * * *
prebasilar
adj. * * *
prebelief
n. * * *
prebelieve
v., prebelieved, prebelieving. * * *
prebeliever
n. * * *
prebeloved
adj., n. * * *
prebend
—prebendal /pri ben"dl, preb"euhn-/, adj. /preb"euhnd/, n. 1. a stipend allotted from the revenues of a cathedral or a collegiate church to a canon or member of the chapter. 2. ...
prebendal
See prebend. * * *
prebendary
/preb"euhn der'ee/, n., pl. prebendaries. 1. a canon or member of the clergy who is entitled to a prebend for special services at a cathedral or collegiate church. 2. Ch. of Eng. ...
prebeneficiary
n., pl. prebeneficiaries. * * *
prebenefit
v., prebenefited, prebenefiting. * * *
prebeset
v.t., prebeset, prebesetting. * * *
prebestow
v.t. * * *
prebestowal
n. * * *
prebetray
v.t. * * *
prebetrayal
n. * * *
prebetrothal
adj. * * *
prebid
n., v., prebade or prebad or prebid, prebidden or prebid, prebidding. * * *
prebill
n., v.t. * * *


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