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prejuvenile
adj. * * *
prek-
To ask, entreat. Oldest form *prek̑-, becoming *prek- in centum languages. 1. Basic form *prek-. pray, prayer1, precarious; deprecate, imprecate, prie-dieu, from *prex, prayer ...
prekindergarten
n., adj. * * *
prekindle
v.t., prekindled, prekindling. * * *
preknit
v.t., preknitted or preknit, preknitting. * * *
preknow
v.t., preknew, preknown, preknowing. * * *
preknowledge
n. * * *
prelabel
n., v.t., prelabeled, prelabeling or (esp. Brit.) prelabelled, prelabelling. * * *
prelabial
adj. * * *
prelabor
n., v.i. * * *
prelacteal
adj. * * *
prelacy
/prel"euh see/, n., pl. prelacies. 1. the office or dignity of a prelate. 2. the order of prelates. 3. the body of prelates collectively. 4. Sometimes Disparaging. the system of ...
prelanguage
adj. * * *
prelapsarian
/pree'lap sair"ee euhn/, adj. 1. Theol. occurring before the Fall: the prelapsarian innocence of Eden. 2. characteristic of or pertaining to any innocent or carefree period: a ...
prelate
—prelateship, n. —prelatic /pri lat"ik/, adj. /prel"it/, n. an ecclesiastic of a high order, as an archbishop, bishop, etc.; a church dignitary. [1175-1225; ME prelat < ML ...
prelate nullius
/noo lee"euhs/, pl. prelates nullius. Rom. Cath. Ch. a prelate having independent jurisdiction over a district not under a diocesan bishop. [ < NL or ML nullius dioecesis of no ...
prelatenullius
prelate nul·li·us (no͞o-lēʹəs) n. Roman Catholic Church pl. prelates nullius A prelate, usually a titular bishop, who has jurisdiction over a territory not in a diocese ...
prelatic
See prelate. * * *
prelatism
—prelatist, n. /prel"euh tiz'euhm/, n. prelacy; episcopacy. [1605-15; PRELATE + -ISM] * * *
prelature
/prel"euh cheuhr, -choor'/, n. 1. the office of a prelate. 2. the order of prelates. 3. prelates collectively. [1600-10; < ML praelatura. See PRELATE, -URE] * * *
prelaunch
/pree lawnch", -lahnch"/, adj. preparatory to launch, as of a spacecraft. [PRE- + LAUNCH1] * * *
prelaw
pre·law (prēʹlôʹ) adj. Of, relating to, or being the studies that prepare one for the study of law. * * *
prelawful
adj.; prelawfully, adv.; prelawfulness, n. * * *
prelease
/pree lees"/, v., preleased, preleasing, n. v.t. 1. to sign or grant a lease on (a building, apartment, etc.) in advance of construction: Agents have preleased more than 60 ...
prelect
—prelection /pri lek"sheuhn/, n. —prelector, n. /pri lekt"/, v.i. to lecture or discourse publicly. Also, praelect. [1610-20; < L praelectus, ptp. of praelegere to lecture, ...
prelection
See prelect. * * *
prelector
See prelection. * * *
prelecture
n., adj., v., prelectured, prelecturing. * * *
prelegal
adj. * * *
prelegend
n., adj. * * *
prelegendary
adj. * * *
prelegislative
adj. * * *
preliability
n., pl. preliabilities. * * *
preliable
adj. * * *
prelibation
/pree'luy bay"sheuhn/, n. a foretaste. [1520-30; < LL praelibation- (s. of praelibatio) a foretaste, anticipation, equiv. to praelibat(us) (ptp. of praelibare to taste ...
preliberal
adj., n.; preliberally, adv. * * *
preliberate
v.t., preliberated, preliberating. * * *
prelicense
n., v.t., prelicensed, prelicensing. * * *
prelife
adj. * * *
prelim
/pree"lim, pri lim"/, n. Informal. preliminary. [1880-85; by shortening] * * *
prelim.
preliminary. * * *
preliminarily
See preliminary. * * *
preliminary
—preliminarily, adv. /pri lim"euh ner'ee/, adj., n., pl. preliminaries. adj. 1. preceding and leading up to the main part, matter, or business; introductory; preparatory: ...
Preliminary SAT/National Merit Qualifying Test
Trademark. a test designed for high-school students as a measure of qualification for scholarships and as training for the SAT I. See SAT. * * *
prelimit
—prelimitation, n. /pree lim"it/, v.t. to limit within bounds beforehand: The chairman prelimited his speech to 10 minutes. [1630-40; PRE- + LIMIT] * * *
prelingual
adj.; prelingually, adv. * * *
preliquidate
v.t., preliquidated, preliquidating. * * *
preliterary
adj. * * *
preliterate
/pree lit"euhr it/, adj. Anthropol. 1. lacking a written language; nonliterate: a preliterate culture. 2. occurring before the development or use of writing. [1920-25; PRE- + ...
prelithic
adj. * * *
preloan
n., v. * * *
prelocate
v., prelocated, prelocating. * * *
Prelog
/prel"awg, -og/, n. Vladimir /vlad"euh mear'/, 1906-98, Swiss chemist, born in Yugoslavia: Nobel prize 1975. * * *
Prelog, Vladimir
▪ 1999       Swiss chemist (b. July 23, 1906, Sarajevo, Bosnia, Austria-Hungary [now in Bosnia and Herzegovina]—d. Jan. 7, 1998, Zürich, Switz.), pioneered research ...
Prelog,Vladimir
Pre·log (prĕlʹōg'), Vladimir. 1906-1998. Bosnian-born Swiss chemist. He shared a 1975 Nobel Prize for research on the structure of biological molecules. * * *
prelogical
adj.; prelogically, adv. * * *
preloss
n. * * *
prelude
—preluder, n. —preludial /pri looh"dee euhl/, preludious, adj. —preludiously, adv. /prel"yoohd, prayl"-, pray"loohd, pree"-/, n., v., preluded, preluding. n. 1. a ...
preluder
See prelude. * * *
preludial
See preluder. * * *
Preludin
/pri loohd"n, pray-/, Pharm., Trademark. a brand of phenmetrazine. * * *
prelumbar
adj. * * *
prelunch
adj., n. * * *
prelusion
/pri looh"zheuhn/, n. a prelude. [1590-1600; < L praelusion- (s. of praelusio) a prelude, equiv. to praelus(us) (ptp. of praeludere; see PRELUDE) + -ion- -ION] * * *
prelusive
—prelusively, prelusorily, adv. /pri looh"siv/, adj. introductory. Also, prelusory /pri looh"seuh ree/. [1595-1605; < L praelus(us) (see PRELUSION) + -IVE] * * *
prelusively
See prelusive. * * *
preluxurious
adj.; preluxuriously, adv.; preluxuriousness, n. * * *
prem
prem abbrev. premium * * *
Prem Chand
▪ Indian author pseudonym of  Dhanpat Rai Srivastava   born July 31, 1880, Lamati, near Vārānasi, India died Oct. 8, 1936, Vārānasi       Indian author of novels ...
prem.
premium. * * *
Premadasa, Ranasinghe
▪ 1994       Sri Lankan politician (b. June 23, 1924, Colombo, Ceylon [now Sri Lanka]—d. May 1, 1993, Colombo), was at the centre of the Sri Lankan government for more ...
premadness
n. * * *
premaintain
v.t. * * *
premake
v.t., premade, premaking. * * *
premaker
n. * * *
premalignant
pre·ma·lig·nant (prē'mə-lĭgʹnənt) adj. Precancerous. * * *
premandibular
adj. * * *
premanhood
n. * * *
premaniacal
adj. * * *
premanifest
v. * * *
premankind
n. * * *
premanufacture
v.t., premanufactured, premanufacturing. * * *
Premarin
/prem"euh rin/, Pharm., Trademark. a brand name for a mixture of conjugated natural estrogens used to treat menopausal symptoms, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, and certain ...
premarital
/pree mar"i tl/, adj. preceding marriage. [1885-90; PRE- + MARITAL] * * *
premaritally
See premarital. * * *
premarket
v. * * *
premarketing
adj. * * *
premarriage
n. * * *
premarry
v.t., premarried, premarrying. * * *
premastery
n. * * *
prematch
n., v.t. * * *
premate
n., v.t., premated, premating. * * *
prematerial
adj. * * *
prematernity
n. * * *
prematrimonial
adj.; prematrimonially, adv. * * *
premature
—prematurely, adv. —prematurity, prematureness, n. /pree'meuh choor", -toor", -tyoor", pree"meuh choor'/ or, esp. Brit., /prem'euh-, prem"euh-/, adj. 1. occurring, coming, or ...
premature beat
Med. extrasystole. * * *
premature birth
Birth less than 37 weeks after conception. Infants born as early as 23–24 weeks may survive but many face lifelong disabilities (e.g., cerebral palsy, blindness, deafness). ...
premature birth and postmature birth
▪ medicine       in humans, respectively, any birth that occurs significantly before or after the expected date of delivery.       A premature birth is defined as ...
premature contraction
Med. extrasystole. * * *
premature ejaculation
a male psychosexual disorder in which ejaculation occurs soon after the commencement of sexual intercourse. [1905-10] * * *
prematureejaculation
premature ejaculation n. More rapid occurrence of climax and ejaculation in the male during sexual intercourse than he or his partner wishes. * * *
prematurely
See premature. * * *
prematureness
See prematurely. * * *
prematurity
See prematurely. * * *
premaxilla
—premaxillary /pree mak"seuh ler'ee/, adj. /pree'mak sil"euh/, n., pl. premaxillae /-mak sil"ee/. Anat., Zool. one of a pair of bones of the upper jaw of vertebrates, situated ...
premaxillary
See premaxilla. * * *
premeasure
v.t., premeasured, premeasuring. * * *
premed
/pree med"/, n. 1. a program of premedical study or training. 2. a student enrolled in such a program. adj. 3. of or pertaining to premedical studies. [1960-65; short for ...
premedian
n., adj. * * *
premedical
/pree med"i keuhl/, adj. of or pertaining to studies in preparation for the formal study of medicine: a premedical course. [1900-05; PRE- + MEDICAL] * * *
premedicate
v.t., premedicated, premedicating. * * *
premedieval
/pree mee'dee ee"veuhl, -med'ee-, -mid'ee-, pree'mee dee-, pree'med ee-, -mid ee-, pree'mid ee"veuhl/, adj. prior to the Middle Ages. Also, premediaeval. [1855-60; PRE- + ...
premeditate
—premeditative, adj. —premeditator, n. /pri med"i tayt'/, v.t., premeditated, premeditating. to meditate, consider, or plan beforehand: to premeditate a murder. [1540-50; < L ...
premeditated
—premeditatedly, adv. /pri med"i tay'tid/, adj. done deliberately; planned in advance: a premeditated murder. [1580-90; PRE- + MEDITATE + -ED2] * * *
premeditatedly
See premeditated. * * *
premeditation
/pri med'i tay"sheuhn/, n. 1. an act or instance of premeditating. 2. Law. sufficient forethought to impute deliberation and intent to commit the act. [1400-50; late ME < L ...
premeditative
See premeditate. * * *
premeditator
See premeditative. * * *
premeet
n., v., premet, premeeting. * * *
premegalithic
adj. * * *
prememorandum
n., pl. prememorandums, prememoranda. * * *
premenace
n., v.t., premenaced, premenacing. * * *
premenopausal
adj. * * *
premenstrual
adj.; premenstrually, adv. * * *
premenstrual syndrome
Pathol. a complex of physical and emotional changes, including depression, irritability, appetite changes, bloating and water retention, breast soreness, and changes in muscular ...
premenstrual syndrome (PMS)
Variable group of symptoms occurring before menstruation in 40% of women, severe in about 10% of those. Physical symptoms may include headache, cramps, bloating, and ...
premenstrualdysphoric disorder
premenstrual dysphoric disorder n. A severe form of premenstrual syndrome characterized by affective symptoms causing significant disturbances in relationships or social ...
premenstrually
See premenstrual. * * *
premenstrualsyndrome
premenstrual syndrome n. Abbr. PMS A varied group of physical and psychological symptoms, including abdominal bloating, breast tenderness, headache, fatigue, irritability, ...
premention
n., v.t. * * *
premerger
adj.. * * *
premerit
v.t. * * *
premetamorphic
adj. * * *
premethodical
adj. * * *
premiate
/pree"mee ayt'/, v.t., premiated, premiating. to grant a prize or an award to. [1530-40; < ML praemiatus, ptp. of praemiare to reward (L: stipulate for a reward). See PREMIUM, ...
premidnight
n. * * *
premidsummer
n., adj. * * *
premie
pre·mie (prēʹmē) n. Informal Variant of preemie. * * *
premier
—premiership, n. /pri mear", -myear", pree"mear/, n. 1. the head of the cabinet in France or Italy or certain other countries; first minister; prime minister. 2. a chief ...
Premier Cru
/prddeuh myay krddyuu"/, pl. Premiers Crus /prddeuh myay krddyuu"/. French. See under cru. * * *
premier danseur
Fr. /prddeuh myay dahonn suerdd"/, n., pl. premiers danseurs Fr. /prddeuh myay dahonn suerdd"/. the leading male dancer in a ballet company. [1820-30; < F: lit., first dancer ...
Premier League
▪ British soccer organization also called  Premiership        English professional football (soccer) league established in 1992. The league, which comprises 20 clubs, ...
premierdanseur
pre·mier dan·seur (prə-myā' däɴ-sœrʹ) n. pl. pre·miers dan·seurs (prə-myā' däɴ-sœrʹ) A man who is the principal dancer in a ballet company.   [French : premier, ...
premiere
/pri mear", -myair"/, n., v., premiered, premiering, adj. n. 1. a first public performance or showing of a play, opera, film, etc. 2. the leading woman, as in a drama. v.t. 3. to ...
première
/pri mear", -myair"/; Fr. /prddeuh myerdd"/, n., pl. premières /-mearz", -myairz"/; Fr. /-myerdd"/, v.t., v.i., premiered, premiering, adj. premiere. * * *
première danseuse
Fr. /prddeuh myerdd dahonn suez"/, pl. premières danseuses Fr. /prddeuh myerdd dahonn suez"/. the leading female dancer in a ballet company. [1820-30; < F: lit., first dancer ...
première partie
/pri mear" pahr tee", -myair"/; Fr. /prddeuh myerdd pannrdd tee"/, Furniture. (in buhl) the primary inlay formed, in which the tortoise shell forms the ground for a design cut in ...
premièredanseuse
pre·mière dan·seuse (prĭ-mîrʹ däɴ-sœzʹ, -myârʹ) n. pl. pre·mières dan·seuses (prĭ-myâr' däɴ-sœzʹ) A woman who is the principal dancer in a ballet ...
premiership
See premier. * * * the top 20 teams in English and Welsh football, run by the Football Association. There are three divisions below it, run by the Football League. The ...
premigration
adj. * * *
premigratory
adj. * * *
premilitary
adj. * * *
premillenarian
—premillenarianism, n. /pree'mil euh nair"ee euhn/, n. 1. a believer in premillennialism. adj. 2. of or pertaining to the doctrine of premillennialism or a believer in this ...
premillenarianism
See premillenarian. * * *
premillennial
—premillennially, adv. /pree'mi len"ee euhl/, adj. of or pertaining to the period preceding the millennium. [1840-50; PRE- + MILLENNIAL] * * *
premillennialism
—premillennialist, n. /pree'mi len"ee euh liz'euhm/, n. the doctrine or belief that the Second Coming of Christ will precede the millennium. [1840-50; PREMILLENNIAL + -ISM] * * ...
premillennialist
See premillennialism. * * *
premillennialize
/pree'mi len"ee euh luyz'/, v.i., premillennialized, premillennializing. to support or believe in premillennialism. Also, esp. Brit., premillennialise. [1840-50; PREMILLENNIAL + ...
premillennially
See premillennial. * * *
Preminger
/prem"in jeuhr/, n. Otto (Ludwig), 1906-86, U.S. motion-picture actor, director, and producer, born in Austria. * * *
Preminger, Otto
▪ American filmmaker in full  Otto Ludwig Preminger  born December 5, 1906, Vienna, Austria died April 23, 1986, New York, N.Y., U.S.       director-producer who ...
Preminger, Otto (Ludwig)
born Dec. 5, 1906, Vienna, Austria died April 23, 1986, New York, N.Y., U.S. Austrian-born U.S. film director. While studying law in his native Vienna, he worked with Max ...
Preminger,Otto Ludwig
Prem·in·ger (prĕmʹĭn-jər), Otto Ludwig. 1906-1986. Austrian-born American film producer and director whose works include Laura (1944) and Anatomy of a Murder (1959). * * *
preminister
v.i. * * *
preministry
n., pl. preministries. * * *
premise
/prem"is/, n., v., premised, premising. n. 1. Also, premiss. Logic. a proposition supporting or helping to support a conclusion. 2. premises, a. a tract of land including its ...
premisrepresent
v.t. * * *
premium
/pree"mee euhm/, n. 1. a prize, bonus, or award given as an inducement, as to purchase products, enter competitions initiated by business interests, etc. 2. a bonus, gift, or sum ...
Premium Bond
(also Premium Savings Bond) n (in Britain) a document with a number on it which can be bought from the government and which offers a chance of winning money as a prize every ...
premium loan
Insurance. a loan made by a life-insurance company in order that a policyholder may pay the due premium, the cash value on the policy serving as security. * * *
Premium Savings Bond
➡ Premium Bond * * *
premix
—premixer, n. /pree miks"/, n., adj., v., premixed or premixt, premixing. n. 1. Also, premixture /pree miks"cheuhr/. a mixture of ingredients, made before selling, using, etc.: ...
Premji, Azim
▪ 2001       One of the world's richest men (The Sunday Times of London, in its “Rich List 2000,” ranked him third in March) was virtually unknown outside his own ...
premodel
v.i., premodeled, premodeling or (esp. Brit.) premodelled, premodelling. * * *
premodern
adj. * * *
premodify
v.t., premodified, premodifying. * * *
premoistened
adj. * * *
premolar
/pree moh"leuhr/, adj. 1. situated in front of the molar teeth. 2. pertaining to a milk tooth that will later be supplanted by a permanent molar. n. 3. a premolar tooth. 4. Also ...
premold
n., v.t. * * *
premolder
n. * * *
premonarchal
adj. * * *
premonarchial
adj. * * *
premonarchical
adj. * * *
premonetary
adj. * * *
premonish
/pri mon"ish/, v.t., v.i. to warn beforehand. [1520-30; PRE- + (AD)MONISH] * * *
premonition
/pree'meuh nish"euhn, prem'euh-/, n. 1. a feeling of anticipation of or anxiety over a future event; presentiment: He had a vague premonition of danger. 2. a ...
premonitorily
See premonition. * * *
premonitory
/pri mon"i tawr'ee, -tohr'ee/, adj. giving premonition; serving to warn beforehand. [1640-50; < LL praemonitorius. See PRE-, MONITORY] * * *
premonopolize
v.t., premonopolized, premonopolizing. * * *
premonopoly
n., pl. premonopolies, adj. * * *
Premonstratensian
▪ religious order byname  White Canon , or  Norbertine , member of  Order of the Canons Regular of Prémontré , abbreviation  O. Praem.        a Roman Catholic ...
premonumental
adj. * * *
premoral
adj.; premorally, adv. * * *
premorality
n. * * *
premorbid
adj.; premorbidly, adv.; premorbidness, n. * * *
premorning
adj. * * *
premorse
/pri mawrs"/, adj. Biol. having the end irregularly truncate, as if bitten or broken off. [1745-55; < L praemorsus bitten off in front (ptp. of praemordere), equiv. to prae- PRE- ...
premortal
adj.; premortally, adv. * * *
premortify
v.t., premortified, premortifying. * * *
premortuary
adj. * * *
premorular
adj. * * *
premosaic
adj. * * *
premuddle
n., v.t., premuddled, premuddling. * * *
premundane
/pree mun"dayn, pree'meuhn dayn"/, adj. before the creation of the world; antemundane. [PRE- + MUNDANE] * * *
premune
See premunition. * * *
premunicipal
adj. * * *
premunition
—premunitive /pree myooh"ni tiv/, adj. /pree'myooh nish"euhn/, n. Immunol. a state of balance between host and infectious agent, as a bacterium or parasite, such that the ...
premusical
adj.; premusically, adv. * * *
premuster
v.t. * * *
premutiny
n., pl. premutinies; v.t., premutinied, premutinying. * * *
premycotic
adj. * * *
Přemysl, house of
▪ Czech ruling house also called  Přemyslid dynasty        first Czech ruling house, founded, according to tradition, by the plowman Přemysl, who was married to the ...
premythical
adj. * * *
prename
prename [prē′nām΄] n. a given name; forename * * * pre·name (prēʹnām') n. A forename. * * *
prenarcotic
adj. * * *
prenarial
adj. * * *
prenasal
adj. * * *
prenatal
—prenatally, adv. /pree nayt"l/, adj. previous to birth or to giving birth: prenatal care for mothers. [1820-30; PRE- + NATAL] * * *
prenatally
See prenatal. * * *
prenational
adj. * * *
prenatural
adj. * * *
prenaval
adj. * * *
Prendergast
/pren"deuhr gast', -gahst'/, n. Maurice Brazil /braz"euhl/, 1859-1924, U.S. painter. * * *
Prendergast, Maurice (Brazil)
born Oct. 10, 1859, St. John's, Nfd., Can. died Feb. 1, 1924, New York, N.Y., U.S. Canadian-born U.S. painter. He moved with his family to Boston in 1868. After study in Paris ...
Prendergast, Maurice Brazil
▪ American artist born Oct. 10, 1859, St. John's, Nfd., Can. died Feb. 1, 1924, New York City, N.Y., U.S.  painter, one of the finest American watercolourists, and one of the ...
prenebular
adj. * * *
prenecessitate
v.t., prenecessitated, prenecessitating. * * *
preneglect
v.t. * * *
preneglectful
adj. * * *
prenegligent
adj. * * *
prenegotiate
v., prenegotiated, prenegotiating. * * *
preneolithic
adj. * * *
prenephritic
adj. * * *
preneural
adj. * * *
preneuralgic
adj. * * *
prenomen
/pree noh"meuhn/, n., pl. prenomina /-nom"euh neuh, -noh"meuh-/, prenomens. praenomen. * * *
prenominal
adj. * * *
prenominate
—prenomination, n. adj. /pri nom"euh nit/; v. /pri nom"euh nayt'/, adj., v., prenominated, prenominating. Obs. adj. 1. mentioned beforehand. v.t. 2. to mention ...
prenote
n., v.t., prenoted, prenoting. * * *
prenotification
/pree'noh teuh fi kay"sheuhn/, n. notice that is given or served prior to a specific date; advance notice. [1755-65; PRE- + NOTIFICATION] * * *
prenotify
v.t., prenotified, prenotifying. * * *
prenotion
/pree noh"sheuhn/, n. a preconception. [1580-90; < L praenotion- (s. of praenotio) an innate idea. See PRE-, NOTION] * * *
Prensa, La
(Spanish; "The Press") Argentine daily newspaper, widely regarded as the finest Spanish-language newspaper in the world. Founded in Buenos Aires in 1869, it soon broke with the ...
prentice
/pren"tis/, n., v. Informal. apprentice. [1250-1300; ME; aph. form of APPRENTICE] * * *
Prentice
/pren"tis/, n. a male given name. * * *
Prentiss, Elizabeth Payson
▪ American writer née  Elizabeth Payson   born Oct. 26, 1818, Portland, Maine, U.S. died Aug. 13, 1878, Dorset, Vt.       American writer of popular children's books ...
prenuclear
/pree nooh"klee euhr, -nyooh"-/ or, by metathesis, /-kyeuh leuhr/, adj. of or pertaining to the era before the development of nuclear weapons. [1950-55; PRE- + ...
prenumber
v.t., n. * * *
prenup
/pree nup"/, n. Informal. a prenuptial agreement. * * *


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