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precompose
/pree'keuhm pohz"/, v.t., precomposed, precomposing. to compose beforehand: to precompose a reply to a possible question. [1640-50; PRE- + COMPOSE] * * *
precompound
v. * * *
precomprehend
v.t. * * *
precomprehensive
adj.; precomprehensively, adv.; precomprehensiveness, n. * * *
precompress
v.t. * * *
precompute
v., precomputed, precomputing. * * *
preconceal
v.t. * * *
preconcede
v.t., preconceded, preconceding. * * *
preconceive
/pree'keuhn seev"/, v.t., preconceived, preconceiving. to form a conception or opinion of beforehand, as before seeing evidence or as a result of previously held ...
preconcentrate
n., v., preconcentrated, preconcentrating. * * *
preconception
—preconceptional, adj. /pree'keuhn sep"sheuhn/, n. 1. a conception or opinion formed beforehand. 2. bias. [1615-25; PRE- + CONCEPTION] * * *
preconcern
n., v.t. * * *
preconcert
—preconcertedly, adv. adj. /pree kon"serrt, -seuhrt/; v. /pree'keuhn serrt"/, adj. 1. preceding a concert: a preconcert reception for sponsors. v.t. 2. to arrange in advance or ...
preconcessive
adj. * * *
preconciliar
adj. * * *
preconclude
v.t., preconcluded, preconcluding. * * *
preconcur
v.i., preconcurred, preconcurring. * * *
preconcurrent
adj.; preconcurrently, adv. * * *
precondemn
—precondemnation /pree'kon dem nay"sheuhn, -deuhm-/, n. /pree'keuhn dem"/, v.t. to condemn beforehand, as before a legitimate trial. [1625-35; PRE- + CONDEMN] * * *
precondense
v., precondensed, precondensing. * * *
precondition
/pree'keuhn dish"euhn/, n. 1. something that must come before or is necessary to a subsequent result; condition: a precondition for a promotion. v.t. 2. to subject (a person or ...
preconduct
v.t. * * *
preconductor
n. * * *
precondylar
adj. * * *
precondyloid
adj. * * *
preconfer
v.i., preconferred, preconferring. * * *
preconfess
v.t. * * *
preconfide
v., preconfided, preconfiding. * * *
preconfigure
v.t., preconfigured, preconfiguring. * * *
preconfine
v.t., preconfined, preconfining. * * *
preconfinedly
adv. * * *
preconfirm
v.t. * * *
preconflict
v.i. n. * * *
preconform
v. * * *
preconfound
v.t. * * *
preconfuse
v.t., preconfused, preconfusing. * * *
preconfusedly
adv. * * *
preconfusion
n. * * *
precongenial
adj. * * *
precongested
adj. * * *
precongestive
adj. * * *
precongratulate
v.t., precongratulated, precongratulating. * * *
preconize
—preconization, n. —preconizer, n. /pree"keuh nuyz'/, v.t., preconized, preconizing. 1. to proclaim or commend publicly. 2. to summon publicly. 3. Rom. Cath. Ch. (of the ...
preconjecture
v.t., preconjectured, preconjecturing. * * *
preconnective
adj. * * *
preconnubial
adj. * * *
preconquer
v.t. * * *
preconquest
/pree kon"kwest, -kong"-/, adj. of or pertaining to the time before the conquest of one people, region, or country by another. [PRE- + CONQUEST] * * *
preconscious
—preconsciously, adv. /pree kon"sheuhs/, adj. 1. Psychoanal. absent from but capable of being readily brought into consciousness. 2. occurring prior to the development of ...
preconsciously
See preconscious. * * *
preconsecrate
v.t., preconsecrated, preconsecrating. * * *
Preconsecrated Offerings, Liturgy of the
▪ religious rite also called  Liturgy of St. Gregory the Great        a communion service used during Lent in Eastern (Eastern rite church) Orthodox and Eastern-rite ...
preconsent
n., v.i. * * *
preconsider
v.t. * * *
preconsign
v.t. * * *
preconsolidate
v., preconsolidated, preconsolidating. * * *
preconsonantal
/pree kon'seuh nan"tl, pree'kon-/, adj. Phonet. immediately preceding a consonant. [1950-55; PRE- + CONSONANTAL] * * *
preconspiracy
n., pl. preconspiracies. * * *
preconspire
v., preconspired, preconspiring. * * *
preconstitute
v.t., preconstituted, preconstituting. * * *
preconstruct
v.t. * * *
preconsult
v. * * *
preconsultor
n. * * *
preconsume
v.t., preconsumed, preconsuming. * * *
preconsumer
n. * * *
precontain
v.t. * * *
precontemn
v.t. * * *
precontemplate
v., precontemplated, precontemplating. * * *
precontemporaneous
adj.; precontemporaneously, adv. * * *
precontend
v.i. * * *
precontest
v.t. n. * * *
precontinental
adj. * * *
precontract
—precontractive, adj. —precontractual /pree'keuhn trak"chooh euhl/, adj. n. /pree kon"trakt/; v. /pree'keuhn trakt", -kon"trakt/, n. 1. a preexisting contract that legally ...
precontribute
v.t., precontributed, precontributing. * * *
precontributive
adj. * * *
precontrive
v., precontrived, precontriving. * * *
precontrol
n., v.t., precontrolled, precontrolling. * * *
precontroversy
n., pl. precontroversies. * * *
preconvert
v.t. * * *
preconvey
v.t. * * *
preconvict
v.t. * * *
preconvince
v.t., preconvinced, preconvincing. * * *
precook
—precooker, n. /pree kook"/, v.t. to cook (food) partly or completely beforehand, so that it may be cooked or warmed and served quickly at a later time. [1945-50; PRE- + ...
precool
—precooler, n. /pree koohl"/, v.t. to cool in advance; cool artificially, as meat or fresh produce, before shipping. [1900-05; PRE- + COOL] * * *
precopy
n., pl. precopies, v.t., precopied, precopying. * * *
precoracoid
adj. * * *
precordial
adj. * * *
precorneal
adj. * * *
precorrect
v.t.; precorrectly, adv.; precorrectness, n. * * *
precorrespond
v.i. * * *
precorridor
n. * * *
precorrupt
v.t.; precorruptly, adv.; precorruptness, n. * * *
precorruptive
adj. * * *
precosmic
adj. * * *
precosmical
adj.; precosmically, adv. * * *
precostal
adj. * * *
precounsel
n., v., precounseled, precounseling or (esp. Brit.) precounselled, precounselling. * * *
precoup
adj. * * *
precover
v.t. * * *
precranial
adj.; precranially, adv. * * *
precrash
v., adj. * * *
precrease
v.t. precreased, precreasing. * * *
precreation
n. * * *
precredit
v.t. * * *
precreditor
n. * * *
precreed
n. * * *
precritical
/pree krit"i keuhl/, adj. Med. anteceding a crisis. [1880-85; PRE- + CRITICAL] * * *
precriticism
n. * * *
precriticize
v.t., precriticized, precriticizing. * * *
precrucial
adj. * * *
precrural
adj. * * *
precrystalline
adj. * * *
precultivate
v.t., precultivated, precultivating. * * *
precultural
adj.; preculturally, adv. * * *
preculture
n. * * *
precure
n., v.t., precured, precuring. * * *
precurrent
adj. * * *
precurricular
adj. * * *
precurriculum
n., pl. precurriculums, precurricula. * * *
precursive
pre·cur·sive (prĭ-kûrʹsĭv) adj. Precursory. * * *
precursor
/pri kerr"seuhr, pree"kerr-/, n. 1. a person or thing that precedes, as in a job, a method, etc.; predecessor. 2. a person, animal, or thing that goes before and indicates the ...
precursory
/pri kerr"seuh ree/, adj. 1. of the nature of a precursor; preliminary; introductory: precursory remarks. 2. indicative of something to follow: precursory indications of ...
precut
/pree kut"/, adj., v., precut, precutting. adj. 1. cut to a specific shape or size before being assembled or used: a kit with precut parts. v.t. 2. to cut or cut out in advance: ...
precyclone
n. * * *
precyclonic
adj. * * *
precystic
adj. * * *
pred
pred abbrev. predicate * * *
pred
pred abbrev. predicate * * *
pred.
predicate. * * *
predaceous diving beetle
▪ insect also called  diving beetle , or  true water beetle,        any of more than 4,000 species of carnivorous, aquatic beetles (insect order Coleoptera) that ...
predaceousness
See predaciousness. * * *
predacious
—predaciousness, predacity /pri das"i tee/; esp. Biol., predaceousness, n. /pri day"sheuhs/, adj. predatory; rapacious. Also, esp. Biol., predaceous. [1705-15; PRED(ATORY) + ...
predaciousness
See predacious. * * *
predacity
See predaciousness. * * *
predamage
n., v.t., predamaged, predamaging. * * *
predamn
v.t. * * *
predamnation
n. * * *
predark
adj. * * *
predarkness
n. * * *
predata
n. * * *
predate
/pree"dayt"/, v.t., predated, predating. 1. to date before the actual time; antedate: He predated the check by three days. 2. to precede in date: a house that predates the Civil ...
predation
/pri day"sheuhn/, n. 1. depredation; plundering. 2. act of plundering or robbing. 3. predatory behavior. 4. a relation between animals in which one organism captures and feeds on ...
predation pressure
Ecol. the effect of predation upon a population, resulting in the decrease in size of that population. [1940-45] * * *
predatism
/pri day"tiz euhm, pred"euh tiz'euhm/, n. the state of living as a predator or by predation. [1925-30; PREDAT(ION) + -ISM] * * *
predator
/pred"euh teuhr, -tawr'/, n. 1. Zool. any organism that exists by preying upon other organisms. 2. a predatory person. [1920-25; < L praedator plunderer, equiv. to praeda(ri) to ...
predatorily
See predatory. * * *
predatoriness
See predatorily. * * *
predatory
—predatorily, adv. —predatoriness, n. /pred"euh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. 1. Zool. preying upon other organisms for food. 2. of, pertaining to, or characterized by plunder, ...
predawn
/pree dawn", pree"-/, n. 1. the period immediately preceding dawn. adj. 2. noting the time immediately prior to dawn. [1945-50; PRE- + DAWN] * * *
preday
n. * * *
predaylight
n. * * *
predaytime
n. * * *
predealer
n. * * *
predealing
n. * * *
predeath
n. * * *
predeathly
adj. * * *
predebate
n. * * *
predebater
n. * * *
predebit
n., v.t. * * *
predebtor
n. * * *
predecease
/pree'di sees"/, v.t., predeceased, predeceasing. to die before (another person, the occurrence of an event, etc.). [1585-95; PRE- + DECEASE] * * *
predeceive
v.t., predeceived, predeceiving. * * *
predeceiver
n. * * *
predeception
n. * * *
predecessor
/pred"euh ses'euhr, pred'euh ses"euhr/ or, esp. Brit., /pree"deuh ses'euhr/, n. 1. a person who precedes another in an office, position, etc. 2. something succeeded or replaced ...
predecide
v.t., predecided, predeciding. * * *
predecided
adj. * * *
predecision
n. * * *
predecisive
adj.; predecisively, adv. * * *
predeclare
v.t., predeclared, predeclaring. * * *
predecline
v.t., predeclined, predeclining. * * *
predecree
v.t., predecreed, predecreeing. * * *
prededicate
v.t., prededicated, prededicating. * * *
prededuct
v.t. * * *
prededuction
n. * * *
predefault
n., v. * * *
predefeat
n., v. * * *
predefect
n. * * *
predefective
adj. * * *
predefence
n. * * *
predefend
v.t. * * *
predefense
n. * * *
predefiance
n. * * *
predeficiency
n., pl. predeficiencies. * * *
predeficient
adj.; predeficiently, adv. * * *
predefine
v.t., predefined, predefining. * * *
predefray
v.t. * * *
predefrayal
adj. * * *
predefy
v.t., predefied, predefying. * * *
predegenerate
adj. * * *
predegree
n. * * *
predelay
n., v. * * *
predelegate
n., v., predelegated, predelegating. * * *
predeliberate
v.t., predeliberated, predeliberating. adj.; predeliberately, adv. * * *
predelineate
v.t., predelineated, predelineating. * * *
predelinquency
n., pl. predelinquencies. * * *
predelinquent
adj.; predelinquently, adv. * * *
predeliver
v.t. * * *
predelivery
n., pl. predeliveries. * * *
predella
/pri del"euh/; It. /prdde del"lah/, n., pl. predelle /-lee/; It. /-le/. Fine Arts. the base of an altarpiece, often decorated with small paintings or reliefs. [1840-50; < It < ...
predelude
v.t., predeluded, predeluding. * * *
predelusion
n. * * *
predemand
v.t. * * *
predemocracy
n., pl. predemocracies. * * *
predemocratic
adj. * * *
predemonstrate
v.t., predemonstrated, predemonstrating. * * *


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