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preforgive
v.t. preforgave, preforgiven, preforgiving. * * *
preform
v. /pree"fawrm"/; n. /pree"fawrm'/, v.t. 1. to form beforehand. 2. to determine or decide beforehand: to preform an opinion. 3. to shape or fashion beforehand: to preform a ...
preformat
v.t., preformatted, preformatting. * * *
preformation
—preformationary, adj. /pree'fawr may"sheuhn/, n. 1. previous formation. 2. Biol. (formerly) the theory that the individual, with all its parts, preexists in the germ cell and ...
preformulate
v.t., preformulated, preformulating. * * *
prefounder
n. * * *
prefrankness
n. * * *
prefraternal
adj.; prefraternally, adv. * * *
prefraud
n. * * *
prefree-trade
adj. * * *
prefreeze
v.t., prefroze, prefrozen, prefreezing. * * *
prefreshman
n., pl. prefreshmen. * * *
prefriendly
adj. * * *
prefrontal
/pree frun"tl/, adj. Anat. anterior to, situated in, or pertaining to the anterior part of a frontal structure. [1850-55; PRE- + FRONTAL] * * *
prefrontal lobotomy
Surg. a psychosurgical procedure in which the frontal lobes are separated from the rest of the brain by cutting the connecting nerve fibers. Also called frontal lobotomy, ...
prefrontallobotomy
prefrontal lobotomy n. A lobotomy in which the white fibers that connect the thalamus to the prefrontal and frontal lobes of the brain are severed, formerly performed as a ...
prefrozen
adj. * * *
prefulfill
v.t. * * *
prefunction
n. * * *
prefunctional
adj. * * *
prefund
v.t. * * *
prefuneral
adj. * * *
prefurlough
n. * * *
prefurnish
v.t. * * *
pregain
v.t. * * *
pregainer
n. * * *
pregalvanize
v.t., pregalvanized, pregalvanizing. * * *
pregame
adj. * * *
preganglionic
adj. * * *
pregastrular
adj. * * *
pregather
v.i. * * *
pregenerate
v.t., pregenerated, pregenerating. * * *
pregenital
adj. * * *
pregeological
adj. * * *
preggers
/preg"euhrz/, adj. Chiefly Brit. Informal. pregnant1. (def. 1). [1940-45; PREG(NANT) + -ERS] * * *
pregirlhood
n. * * *
Pregl
/pray"geuhl/, n. Fritz /frits/, 1869-1930, Austrian chemist: Nobel prize 1923. * * *
Pregl, Fritz
▪ Austrian chemist born Sept. 3, 1869, Laibach, Austria-Hungary [now Ljubljana, Slovenia] died Dec. 13, 1930, Graz, Austria       Austrian chemist awarded the 1923 ...
preglacial
/pree glay"sheuhl/, adj. Geol. prior to a given glacial epoch, esp. the Pleistocene. [1850-55; PRE- + GLACIAL] * * *
pregnability
See pregnable. * * *
pregnable
—pregnability, n. /preg"neuh beuhl/, adj. 1. capable of being taken or won by force: a pregnable fortress. 2. open to attack; assailable: a pregnable argument. [1400-50; late ...
pregnancy
/preg"neuhn see/, n., pl. pregnancies. the state, condition, or quality of being pregnant. [1520-30; PREGN(ANT) + -ANCY] * * * Process of human gestation that takes place in the ...
pregnant
pregnant1 —pregnantly, adv. —pregnantness, n. /preg"neuhnt/, adj. 1. having a child or other offspring developing in the body; with child or young, as a woman or female ...
pregnantly
See pregnant1. * * *
pregrade
v.t., pregraded, pregrading, n. * * *
pregranite
n. * * *
pregranitic
adj. * * *
pregratify
v.t., pregratified, pregratifying. * * *
pregreet
v.t. * * *
pregrievance
n. * * *
pregrowth
n. * * *
preguarantee
n., v.t., preguaranteed, preguaranteeing. * * *
preguarantor
n. * * *
preguard
v.t. * * *
preguess
n., v. * * *
preguidance
n. * * *
preguide
v.t., preguided, preguiding. * * *
preguilt
n. * * *
prehandicap
n., v.t., prehandicapped, prehandicapping. * * *
prehandle
v.t., prehandled, prehandling. * * *
preharden
v.t. * * *
preharmonious
adj.; preharmoniously, adv.; preharmoniousness, n. * * *
preharmony
n. * * *
preharvest
n. * * *
prehatred
n. * * *
prehazard
adj. * * *
preheal
v.t. * * *
prehearing
n. * * *
preheat
—preheater, n. /pree heet"/, v.t. to heat before using or before subjecting to some further process: to preheat an oven before baking a cake. [1895-1900; PRE- + HEAT] * * *
preheater
See preheat. * * *
prehemiplegic
adj. * * *
prehensible
/pri hen"seuh beuhl/, adj. able to be seized or grasped. [1825-35; < L prehens(us) (see PREHENSION) + -IBLE] * * *
prehensile
—prehensility /pree'hen sil"i tee/, n. /pri hen"sil, -suyl/, adj. 1. adapted for seizing, grasping, or taking hold of something: a prehensile tail. 2. able to perceive quickly; ...
prehensility
See prehensile. * * *
prehension
/pri hen"sheuhn/, n. 1. the act of seizing or grasping. 2. mental apprehension. [1525-35; < L prehension- (s. of prehensio) a taking hold, equiv. to prehens(us) (ptp. of ...
prehesitancy
n., pl. prehesitancies. * * *
prehesitate
v.i., prehesitated, prehesitating. * * *
prehexameral
adj. * * *
prehiring
adj. * * *
prehistorian
prehistorian [prē΄his tôr′ē ən] n. an authority on or specialist in prehistory * * * See prehistory. * * *
prehistoric
—prehistorically, adv. /pree'hi stawr"ik, -stor"-, pree'i-/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to the time or a period prior to recorded history: The dinosaur is a prehistoric beast. 2. ...
prehistoric monument
➡ Stone Age Britain * * *
prehistoric religion
Religious practices and beliefs of prehistoric peoples, as inferred from archaeological findings. The oldest burials that attest to a belief in life after death date from ...
prehistorically
See prehistoric. * * *
prehistory
—prehistorian /pree'hi stawr"ee euhn, -stohr"-/, n. /pree his"teuh ree, -his"tree/, n., pl. prehistories. 1. human history in the period before recorded events, known mainly ...
prehnite
/pray"nuyt, pren"uyt/, n. a mineral, hydrous calcium aluminum silicate, Ca2Al2Si3O10(OH)2, occurring in light-green reniform aggregates or tabular crystals. [1785-95; named after ...
preholder
n. * * *
preholding
n. * * *
preholiday
adj. * * *
prehominid
/pree hom"euh nid/, n. 1. any of the extinct humanlike primates classified in the former family Prehominidae. 2. any extinct form that is thought to be an ancestor of the ...
prehostile
adj. * * *
prehostility
n., pl. prehostilities. * * *
prehuman
/pree hyooh"meuhn/ or, often, /-yooh"-/, adj. 1. preceding the appearance or existence of human beings: the prehuman ages. 2. of or pertaining to a human prototype. n. 3. a ...
prehumor
n., v.t. * * *
prehunger
n. * * *
prehypnotic
adj. * * *
preidea
n. * * *
preidentify
v.t., preidentified, preidentifying. * * *
preignition
/pree'ig nish"euhn/, n. ignition of the charge in an internal-combustion engine earlier in the cycle than is compatible with proper operation. [1895-1900; PRE- + IGNITION] * * *
Preil, Gabriel
▪ 1994       U.S. poet (b. Aug. 21, 1911, Tartu [Dorpat], Estonia—d. June 5, 1993, Jerusalem, Israel), was internationally acclaimed for his introspective and lyrical ...
preilium
n., pl. preilia. * * *
preilluminate
v.t. * * *
preillustrate
v.t., preillustrated, preillustrating. * * *
preimage
n. * * *
preimaginary
adj. * * *
preimagine
v.t., preimagined, preimagining. * * *
preimbibe
v.t., preimbibed, preimbibing. * * *
preimbue
v.t., preimbued, preimbuing. * * *
preimitate
v.t., preimitated, preimitating. * * *
preimitation
n. * * *
preimitative
adj. * * *
preimpair
v.t. * * *
preimpart
v.t. * * *
preimperial
adj. * * *
preimport
v.t. n. * * *
preimportant
adj.; preimportantly, adv. * * *
preimpose
v.t., preimposed, preimposing. * * *
preimpress
v.t. * * *
preimpressive
adj. * * *
preimprove
v.t., preimproved, preimproving. * * *
preinaugural
adj. * * *
preinaugurate
v.t., preinaugurated, preinaugurating. * * *
preincarnation
/pree in'kahr nay"sheuhn, pree'in-/, n. a previous incarnation or an existence before incarnation. [1900-05; PRE- + INCARNATION] * * *
preincentive
n. * * *
preincline
—preinclination /pree in'kleuh nay"sheuhn, pree'in-/, n. /pree'in kluyn"/, v.t., preinclined, preinclining. to dispose or prepare beforehand: Their experiences had preinclined ...
preinclude
v.t., preincluded, preincluding. * * *
preinclusion
n. * * *
preincorporate
v.t., preincorporated, preincorporating. adj. * * *
preincrease
n. v.t., preincreased, preincreasing. * * *
preindebted
adj.; preindebtedness, n. * * *
preindemnify
v.t., preindemnified, preindemnifying. * * *
preindemnity
n., pl. preindemnities. * * *
preindependent
adj.; preindependently, adv. * * *
preindicate
—preindication, n. /pree in"di kayt'/, v.t., preindicated, preindicating. to indicate in advance; presage: The early thaw preindicated an avalanche. [1795-1805; PRE- + ...
preindispose
v.t., preindisposed, preindisposing. * * *
preinduce
v.t., preinduced, preinducing. * * *
preinduction
n. * * *
preinductive
adj. * * *
preindulge
v.t., preindulged, preindulging. * * *
preindulgent
adj. * * *
preindustrial
adj. * * *
preindustry
n., adj. * * *
preinfect
v.t. * * *
preinfection
n. * * *
preinfer
v.t., preinferred, preinferring. * * *
preinference
n. * * *
preinflationary
adj. * * *
preinflectional
adj. * * *
preinflict
v.t. * * *
preinfluence
n. * * *
preinform
/pree'in fawrm"/, v.t. to supply with information beforehand: He preinformed the newspapers of his decision. [1785-95; PRE- + INFORM1] * * *
preinhabit
v.t. * * *
preinhere
v.i., preinhered, preinhering. * * *
preinherit
v.t. * * *
preinitial
v.t. * * *
preinitiate
v.t., preinitiated, preinitiating. n. * * *
preinjurious
adj. * * *
preinscribe
v.t., preinscribed, preinscribing. * * *
preinsert
v.t. * * *
preinsertion
n. * * *
preinsinuate
v., preinsinuated, preinsinuating. * * *
preinsinuative
adj. * * *
preinspect
v.t. * * *
preinspector
n. * * *
preinspire
v.t., preinspired, preinspiring. * * *
preinstall
v.t. * * *
preinstill
v.t. * * *
preinstruct
v.t. * * *
preinsulate
v.t., preinsulated, preinsulating. * * *
preinsult
v.t. * * *
preinsurance
n. * * *
preinsure
v.t., preinsured, preinsuring. * * *
preintellectual
adj.; preintellectually, adv. * * *
preintelligent
adj.; preintelligently, adv. * * *
preintend
v.t. * * *
preintention
n. * * *
preintercede
v.i., preinterceded, preinterceding. * * *
preinterest
n., v. * * *
preinterpret
v.t. * * *
preinterview
n., v.t. * * *
preintimate
adj.; preintimately, adv. v.t., preintimated, preintimating. * * *
preinvasion
adj. * * *
preinvasive
/pree'in vay"siv/, adj. Pathol. of or pertaining to a stage preceding invasion of the tissues; in situ. [PRE- + INVASIVE] * * *
preinvent
v.t. * * *
preinvention
n. * * *
preinventive
adj. * * *
preinventory
n., pl. preinventories. * * *
preinvest
v.t. * * *
preinvestigate
v., preinvestigated, preinvestigating. * * *
preinvite
v.t., preinvited, preinviting. * * *
preinvolve
v.t., preinvolved, preinvolving. * * *
preirrigational
adj. * * *
preissuance
n. * * *
preissue
n., v.t., preissued, preissuing. * * *
prejournalistic
adj. * * *
prejudge
—prejudger, n. —prejudgment; esp. Brit., prejudgement, n. /pree juj"/, v.t., prejudged, prejudging. 1. to judge beforehand. 2. to pass judgment on prematurely or without ...
prejudgement
See prejudger. * * *
prejudger
See prejudge. * * *
prejudging
/pree juj"ing/, n. a preliminary round of judging, as in a contest where a certain number or percentage of the entrants are eliminated before the final judging. [1660-70; PRE- + ...
prejudgment
See prejudger. * * *
prejudice
—prejudicedly, adv. —prejudiceless, adj. /prej"euh dis/, n., v., prejudiced, prejudicing. n. 1. an unfavorable opinion or feeling formed beforehand or without knowledge, ...
prejudiciable
adj. * * *
prejudicial
—prejudicially, adv. —prejudicialness, n. /prej'euh dish"euhl/, adj. causing prejudice or disadvantage; detrimental. [1375-1425; late ME < LL praejudicialis; see PREJUDICE, ...
prejudicially
See prejudicial. * * *
prejudicialness
See prejudicially. * * *
prejudicious
prej·u·di·cious (prĕj'ə-dĭshʹəs) adj. Prejudicial.   prej'u·diʹcious·ly adv. * * *
prejudiciously
See prejudicious. * * *
prejunior
adj. * * *
prejustify
v.t., prejustified, prejustifying. * * *


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