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predenial
adj. * * *
predeny
v.t., predenied, predenying. * * *
predepartmental
adj. * * *
predeparture
n. * * *
predependable
adj. * * *
predependent
adj. * * *
predeplete
v.t., predepleted, predepleting. * * *
predepletion
n. * * *
predeposit
n., v. * * *
predepository
n., pl. predepositories. * * *
predepreciate
v., predepreciated, predepreciating. * * *
predepression
n., adj. * * *
predeprive
v.t., predeprived, predepriving. * * *
prederive
v.t., prederived, prederiving. * * *
predescend
v. * * *
predescent
n. * * *
predescribe
v.t., predescribed, predescribing. * * *
predesert
v.t. * * *
predeserter
n. * * *
predesertion
n. * * *
predeserve
v.t., predeserved, predeserving. * * *
predesign
v.t. * * *
predesignate
—predesignation, n. —predesignatory /pree dez"ig neuh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee, pree'dez ig nay"teuh ree/, adj. /pree dez"ig nayt'/, v.t., predesignated, predesignating. to ...
predesigned
adj. * * *
predesirous
adj.; predesirously, adv. * * *
predespondent
adj. * * *
predestinarian
—predestinarianism, n. /pri des'teuh nair"ee euhn, pree'des-/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to predestination. 2. believing in predestination. n. 3. a person who believes in ...
predestinarianism
See predestinarian. * * *
predestinate
—predestinately, adv. v. /pri des"teuh nayt'/; adj. /pri des"teuh nit, -nayt'/, v., predestinated, predestinating, adj. v.t. 1. Theol. to foreordain by divine decree or ...
predestination
/pri des'teuh nay"sheuhn, pree'des-/, n. 1. an act of predestinating or predestining. 2. the state of being predestinated or predestined. 3. fate; destiny. 4. Theol. a. the ...
predestinator
/pri des"teuh nay'teuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that predestinates something. 2. Archaic. a predestinarian. [1570-80; PREDESTINATE + -OR2] * * *
predestine
—predestinable, adj. /pri des"tin/, v.t., predestined, predestining. to destine in advance; foreordain; predetermine: He seemed predestined for the ministry. [1350-1400; ME ...
predestitute
adj. * * *
predestroy
v.t. * * *
predetach
v.t. * * *
predetail
v.t. * * *
predetain
v.t. * * *
predetainer
n. * * *
predetect
v.t. * * *
predetection
n. * * *
predetention
n. * * *
predeterminate
—predeterminately, adv. /pree'di terr"meuh nit/, adj. determined beforehand; predetermined. [1625-35; PRE- + DETERMINATE] * * *
predetermination
See predeterminate. * * *
predetermine
—predetermination, n. —predeterminative /pree'di terr"meuh nay'tiv, -neuh tiv/, adj. /pree'di terr"min/, v.t., predetermined, predetermining. 1. to settle or decide in ...
predeterminer
/pree'di terr"meuh neuhr/, n. Gram. a member of a subclass of English adjectival words, often quantitative in meaning, that may be placed before an article or other determiner, ...
predetrimental
adj. * * *
predevaluation
n., adj. * * *
predevelop
v. * * *
predevise
v.t., predevised, predevising. * * *
predevotion
n. * * *
predevour
v.t. * * *
prediabetes
—prediabetic /pree duy'euh bet"ik, pree'duy-/, adj., n. /pree duy'euh bee"tis, -teez, pree'duy-/, n. Pathol. 1. a condition in which carbohydrate metabolism is mildly abnormal ...
prediabetic
See prediabetes. * * *
prediagnosis
n., pl. prediagnoses. * * *
prediagnostic
adj. * * *
predial
/pree"dee euhl/, adj. praedial. * * *
prediastolic
adj. * * *
predicability
See predicable. * * *
predicable
—predicability, predicableness, n. —predicably, adv. /pred"i keuh beuhl/, adj. 1. that may be predicated or affirmed; assertable. n. 2. that which may be predicated; an ...
predicableness
See predicability. * * *
predicament
—predicamental /pri dik'euh men"tl, pred'i keuh-/, adj. —predicamentally, adv. /pri dik"euh meuhnt/ for 1, 3; /pred"i keuh meuhnt/ for 2, n. 1. an unpleasantly difficult, ...
predicamental
See predicament. * * *
predicamentally
See predicamental. * * *
predicant
/pred"i keuhnt/, adj. 1. preaching: a predicant religious order. n. 2. a preacher. [1580-90; < L praedicant- (s. of praedicans), prp. of praedicare to PREACH; see -ANT] * * *
predicate
—predication, n. —predicational, adj. —predicative /pred"i kay'tiv, -keuh-/; Brit. /pri dik"euh tiv/, adj. —predicatively, adv. v. /pred"i kayt'/; adj., n. /pred"i kit/, ...
predicate adjective
Gram. an adjective used in the predicate, esp. with a copulative verb and attributive to the subject, as in He is dead, or attributive to the direct object, as in It made him ...
predicate calculus
Logic. See functional calculus. Also called predicate logic. [1945-50] * * * Part of modern symbolic logic which systematically exhibits the logical relations between ...
predicate nominative
(in Latin, Greek, and certain other languages) a predicate noun or adjective in the nominative case. [1885-90] * * *
predicate noun
Gram. a noun used in the predicate with a copulative verb or a factitive verb and having the same referent as the subject of the copulative verb or the direct object of the ...
predicate objective
Gram. See objective complement. * * *
predicatecalculus
predicate calculus n. The branch of symbolic logic that deals not only with relations between propositions as a whole but also with their internal structure, especially the ...
predicatenominative
predicate nominative n. A noun or pronoun that follows a linking verb and refers to the same person or thing as the subject of the verb. * * *
predication
See predicate. * * * ▪ logic       in logic, the attributing of characteristics to a subject to produce a meaningful statement combining verbal and nominal elements. ...
predicational
See predication. * * *
predicative
See predication. * * *
predicatively
See predication. * * *
predicator
/pred"i kay'teuhr/, n. Gram. the verbal element of a clause or sentence. [1425-75 for an earlier sense; late ME: preacher < L praedicator publicizer; see PREDICATE, -TOR] * * *
predicatory
/pred"i keuh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. of or pertaining to preaching. [1605-15; < L praedicatorius prophetic; see PREDICATE, -TORY1] * * *
predicrotic
adj. * * *
predict
—predictable, adj. —predictability, n. —predictably, adv. /pri dikt"/, v.t. 1. to declare or tell in advance; prophesy; foretell: to predict the weather; to predict the ...
predictability
See predict. * * *
predictable
See predictability. * * *
predictably
See predictability. * * *
predictate
v.t., predictated, predictating. * * *
prediction
/pri dik"sheuhn/, n. 1. an act of predicting. 2. an instance of this; prophecy. [1555-65; < L praediction- (s. of praedictio) a foretelling. See PREDICT, -ION] Syn. 2. forecast, ...
predictive
—predictively, adv. —predictiveness, n. /pri dik"tiv/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to prediction: losing one's predictive power. 2. used or useful for predicting or foretelling ...
predictively
See predictability. * * *
predictiveness
See predictability. * * *
predictor
/pri dik"teuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that predicts. 2. Math. a formula for determining additional values or derivatives of a function from the relationship of its given ...
predictory
/pri dik"teuh ree/, adj. Archaic. predictive. [1645-55; PREDICT + -ORY1] * * *
prediet
n. * * *
predietary
adj. * * *
predifficulty
n., pl. predifficulties. * * *
predigest
—predigestion, n. /pree'di jest", -duy-/, v.t. 1. to treat (food) by an artificial process analogous to digestion so that, when taken into the body, it is more easily ...
predigestion
See predigest. * * *
predigital
adj. * * *
predilection
/pred'l ek"sheuhn, preed'-/, n. a tendency to think favorably of something in particular; partiality; preference: a predilection for Bach. [1735-45; < ML praedilect(us) beloved, ...
prediligent
adj.; prediligently, adv. * * *
prediluvial
adj. * * *
prediminish
v.t. * * *
predine
v.i., predined, predining. * * *
predinner
n., adj. * * *
prediphtheritic
adj. * * *
prediploma
n. * * *
prediplomacy
n. * * *
prediplomatic
adj. * * *
predirect
v.t. * * *
predirection
n. * * *
predirector
n. * * *
predisagree
v.i., predisagreed, predisagreeing. * * *
predisaster
n. * * *
predisastrous
adj.; predisastrously, adv. * * *
prediscern
v.t. * * *
predischarge
n. v.t., predischarged, predischarging. * * *
prediscipline
n., v.t., predisciplined, predisciplining. * * *
predisclose
v.t., predisclosed, predisclosing. * * *
prediscontented
adj. * * *
prediscount
n., v.t. * * *
prediscountable
adj. * * *
prediscourage
v.t., prediscouraged, prediscouraging. * * *
prediscourse
n. * * *
prediscover
v.t. * * *
prediscovery
n., pl. prediscoveries. * * *
prediscriminate
v.t., prediscriminated, prediscriminating. * * *
prediscuss
v.t. * * *
predisgrace
n. * * *
predisguise
n., v.t., predisguised, predisguising. * * *
predisgust
n. * * *
predislike
n., v.t., predisliked, predisliking. * * *
predismiss
v.t. * * *
predismissal
n. * * *
predisorder
n. * * *
predisordered
adj. * * *
predispatch
n., v.t. * * *
predisperse
v.t., predispersed, predispersing. * * *
predisplace
v.t., predisplaced, predisplacing. * * *
predisplay
n., v.t. * * *
predispose
—predisposal, n. —predisposedly /pree'di spoh"zid lee, -spohzd"-/, adv. —predisposedness, n. /pree'di spohz"/, v., predisposed, predisposing. v.t. 1. to give an inclination ...
predisposition
—predispositional, adj. /pree dis'peuh zish"euhn, pree'dis-/, n. 1. the fact or condition of being predisposed: a predisposition to think optimistically. 2. Med. tendency to a ...
predisputant
n. * * *
predispute
n., v., predisputed, predisputing. * * *
predisrupt
v.t. * * *
predissolve
v.t., predissolved, predissolving. * * *
predissuade
v.t., predissuaded, predissuading. * * *
predistinguish
v.t. * * *
predistortion
/pree'di stawr"sheuhn/, n. Electronics. preemphasis. Also, pre-distortion. [PRE- + DISTORTION] * * *
predistress
n., v.t. * * *
predistribute
v.t., predistributed, predistributing. * * *
predistrict
n. * * *
predistrust
n., v.t. * * *
predistrustful
adj. * * *
predisturb
v.t. * * *
predive
adj. * * *
prediversion
n. * * *
predivert
v.t. * * *
predivide
v.t., predivided, predividing. * * *
predivider
n. * * *
predivinable
adj. * * *
predivinity
n. * * *
predivision
n. * * *
predivorce
n., adj. * * *
prednisolone
/pred nis"euh lohn'/, n. Pharm. a synthetic glucocorticoid, C21H28O5, used in various forms to treat inflammation and allergies and in the treatment of acute leukemia, Hodgkin's ...
prednisone
/pred"neuh sohn', -zohn'/, n. Pharm. an analogue of cortisone, C21H26O5, used as an anti-inflammatory, immunosuppressive, and antineoplastic in the treatment of various ...
predoctoral
pre·doc·tor·al (prē-dŏkʹtər-əl) adj. Of, relating to, or engaged in advanced academic study in preparation for a doctorate: predoctoral course work; a predoctoral ...
predoctorate
n. * * *
predocumentary
adj. * * *
predomestic
adj. * * *
predomestically
adv. * * *
predominance
/pri dom"euh neuhns/, n. the state, condition, or quality of being predominant: the predominance of the rich over the poor. Also, predominancy. [1595-1605; PREDOMIN(ANT) + ...
predominant
—predominantly, adv. /pri dom"euh neuhnt/, adj. 1. having ascendancy, power, authority, or influence over others; preeminent. 2. preponderant; prominent: a predominant trait; ...
predominantly
See predominant. * * *
predominate
—predominately /pri dom"euh nit lee/, adv. —predominatingly, adv. —predomination, n. —predominator, n. /pri dom"euh nayt'/, v., predominated, predominating. v.i. 1. to be ...
predominately
See predominate. * * *
predomination
See predominately. * * *
predominator
See predominately. * * *
predonate
v.t., predonated, predonating. * * *
predonation
n. * * *
predonor
n. * * *
predoom
v.t. * * *
predorsal
adj. * * *
predoubt
n., v. * * *
predoubter
n. * * *
predoubtful
adj.; predoubtfully, adv. * * *
predraft
n., v.t. * * *
predramatic
adj. * * *
predraw
v., predrew, predrawn, predrawing; n. * * *
predrawer
n. * * *
predread
n., v.t. * * *
predrill
v.t. * * *
predrive
v., predrove, predriven, predriving. * * *
predry
v.t., predried, predrying. * * *
preduplicate
v.t., preduplicated, preduplicating. * * *
predusk
n. * * *
predwell
v.i. * * *
predynastic
/pree'duy nas"tik/, adj. of, pertaining to, or belonging to a time or period before the first dynasty of a nation, esp. the period in Egypt before c3200 B.C. [1895-1900; PRE- + ...
pree
/pree/, n., v., preed, preeing. Scot. and North Eng. n. 1. a test, trial, or taste; a test by sampling. v.t. 2. to try, test, or taste. 3. pree the mouth of, Scot. to kiss. Also, ...
preearthquake
adj. * * *
Preece, Sir William Henry
▪ British engineer born , Feb. 15, 1834, Bryn Helen, Caernarvon, Wales died Nov. 6, 1913, Penrhos, Caernarvon       Welsh electrical engineer who was a major figure in ...
Preece, Warren E.
▪ American editor in full  Warren Eversleigh Preece  born April 17, 1921, Norwalk, Conn., U.S. died April 11, 2007, Philadelphia, Pa.  American encyclopaedist, general ...
Preece, Warren Eversleigh
▪ 2008  American encyclopaedist born April 17, 1921 , Norwalk, Conn. died April 11, 2007, Philadelphia, Pa. was general editor of Encyclopædia Britannica in the creation of ...
preeclampsia
/pree'i klamp"see euh/, n. Pathol. a form of toxemia of pregnancy, characterized by hypertension, fluid retention, and albuminuria, sometimes progressing to eclampsia. Also, ...
preeclampsia and eclampsia
Hypertensive conditions unique to pregnancy. Preeclampsia is marked by hypertension, protein in the urine, and hand and face edema, which develop late in pregnancy or soon ...
preeclamptic
See preeclampsia. * * *
preeconomic
adj. * * *
preeconomical
adj.; preeconomically, adv. * * *
preedit
v.t. * * *
preedition
n. * * *
preeditor
n. * * *
preeditorial
adj.; preeditorially, adv. * * *
preeducate
v.t., preeducated, preeducating. * * *
preeducation
n. * * *
preeducational
adj.; preeducationally, adv. * * *
preeffect
n., v.t. * * *
preeffective
adj.; preeffectively, adv. * * *
preeffectual
adj.; preeffectually, adv. * * *
preeffort
n. * * *
preelect
v.t. * * *
preelection
/pree'i lek"sheuhn/, n. 1. a choice or selection made beforehand. adj. 2. coming before an election: preelection promises. Also, pre-election. [1890-95; PRE- + ELECTION] * * *
preelective
adj. * * *
preelectric
adj. * * *
preelectrical
adj.; preelectrically, adv. * * *
preelectronic
adj. * * *
preelemental
adj. * * *
preelementary
adj. * * *
preeligible
adj.; preeligibleness, n.; preeligibly, adv. * * *
preeliminate
v.t., preeliminated, preeliminating. * * *
preembargo
adj. * * *


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