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prenuptial
/pree nup"sheuhl, -cheuhl/, adj. before marriage. [1865-70; PRE- + NUPTIAL] Pronunciation. See nuptial. * * *
prenuptial agreement
Law. a contract between two people who are about to marry regarding their respective property and support rights upon termination of the marriage by divorce or death, and ...
prenursery
adj., n., pl. prenurseries. * * *
preobedience
n. * * *
preobedient
adj.; preobediently, adv. * * *
preobject
v.i. * * *
preobjection
n. * * *
preobjective
adj. * * *
preobligate
v.t., preobligated, preobligating. * * *
preoblige
v.t., preobliged, preobliging. * * *
preoblongata
n., pl. preoblongatas, preoblongatae. * * *
Preobrajenska, Olga
orig. Olga Yosifovna Preobrazhenskaya born Feb. 2, 1871, St. Petersburg, Russia died Dec. 27, 1962, Saint-Mandé, Fr. Russian ballerina and teacher. She joined the Mariinsky ...
preobserve
v.t., preobserved, preobserving. * * *
preobstruct
v.t. * * *
preobtain
v.t. * * *
preobtainable
adj. * * *
preobtrude
v.t., preobtruded, preobtruding. * * *
preobtrusion
n. * * *
preobtrusive
adj. * * *
preobviate
v.t., preobviated, preobviating. * * *
preobvious
adj.; preobviously, adv.; preobviousness, n. * * *
preoccasioned
adj. * * *
preoccipital
adj. * * *
preocclusion
n. * * *
preoccupancy
/pree ok"yeuh peuhn see/, n. 1. the act, right, or instance of prior occupancy. 2. the state of being absorbed in thought; preoccupation. [1745-55; PRE- + OCCUPANCY] * * *
preoccupant
n. * * *
preoccupation
/pree ok'yeuh pay"sheuhn, pree'ok-/, n. 1. the state of being preoccupied. 2. an act of preoccupying. [1530-40; < L praeoccupation- (s. of praeoccupatio) a taking possession ...
preoccupied
—preoccupiedly, adv. —preoccupiedness, n. /pree ok"yeuh puyd'/, adj. 1. completely engrossed in thought; absorbed. 2. previously occupied; taken; filled. 3. Biol. already ...
preoccupy
—preoccupier, n. /pree ok"yeuh puy'/, v.t., preoccupied, preoccupying. 1. to absorb or engross to the exclusion of other things. 2. to occupy beforehand or before ...
preoccur
v.i., preoccurred, preoccurring. * * *
preoceanic
adj. * * *
preocular
adj. * * *
preodorous
adj. * * *
preoesophageal
adj. * * *
preoffend
v.t. * * *
preoffensive
adj.; preoffensively, adv.; preoffensiveness, n. * * *
preoffer
n., v.t. * * *
preofficial
adj.; preofficially, adv. * * *
preomission
n. * * *
preomit
v.t., preomitted, preomitting. * * *
preop
/pree"op"/, adj., adv. Informal. preoperative; preoperatively. Also, pre-op. [by shortening] * * *
preopen
v.t. * * *
preopening
adj. * * *
preoperate
v.i., preoperated, preoperating. * * *
preoperation
n. * * *
preoperational
adj. * * *
preoperative
—preoperatively, adv. /pree op"euhr euh tiv, -euh ray'tiv, -op"reuh tiv/, adj. occurring or related to the period or preparations before a surgical operation. [1900-05; PRE- + ...
preoperatively
See preoperative. * * *
preoperator
n. * * *
preopinion
n. * * *
preoppose
v.t., preopposed, preopposing. * * *
preopposed
adj. * * *
preoppress
v.t. * * *
preoppressor
n. * * *
preoptic
adj. * * *
preoptimistic
adj. * * *
preoption
n. * * *
preoral
—preorally, adv. /pree awr"euhl, -ohr"-/, adj. Zool. situated in front of or before the mouth. [1865-70; PRE- + ORAL] * * *
preorbital
adj. * * *
preordain
—preordination /pree'awr dn ay"sheuhn/, n. /pree'awr dayn"/, v.t. to ordain beforehand; foreordain. [1525-35; PRE- + ORDAIN] * * *
preordainment
See preordain. * * *
preorder
n. * * *
preordinance
n. * * *
preordination
See preordainment. * * *
preorganic
adj. * * *
preorganically
adv. * * *
preorganize
v., preorganized, preorganizing. * * *
preoriginal
adj.; preoriginally, adv. * * *
preornamental
adj. * * *
preotic
adj. * * *
preoutfit
v.t., preoutfitted, preoutfitting. * * *
preoutline
n., v.t., preoutlined, preoutlining. * * *
preoverthrow
n. v.t., preoverthrew, preoverthrown, preoverthrowing. * * *
preovulatory
adj. * * *
preowned
/pree ohnd"/, adj. previously owned; used; secondhand: a sale of preowned furs. Also, pre-owned. [1960-65; PRE- + OWN + -ED2] * * *
prep
/prep/, n., adj., v., prepped, prepping. n. 1. See preparatory school. 2. a preliminary or warm-up activity or event; trial run: The race is a good prep for the Kentucky ...
prep school
prep school n. PREPARATORY SCHOOL * * * ➡ preparatory school. * * *
prep school.
See preparatory school. [1890-95] * * *
prep schools
➡ public schools * * *
prep.
1. preparation. 2. preparatory. 3. prepare. 4. preposition. * * *
prepack
n. /pree"pak'/; v. /pree pak"/, n. 1. a package assembled by a manufacturer, distributor, or retailer and containing a specific number of items or a specific assortment of sizes, ...
prepackage
/pree pak"ij/, v.t., prepackaged, prepackaging. 1. to package (foodstuffs or manufactured goods) before retail distribution or sale. 2. to combine various elements into a single ...
prepaid
prepaid [prē pād′] vt. pt. & pp. of PREPAY * * *
prepalaeolithic
adj. * * *
prepalatal
adj. * * *
prepalatine
adj. * * *
prepaleolithic
adj. * * *
preparation
/prep'euh ray"sheuhn/, n. 1. a proceeding, measure, or provision by which one prepares for something: preparations for a journey. 2. any proceeding, experience, or the like ...
preparative
—preparatively, adv. /pri par"euh tiv, -pair"-/, adj. 1. preparatory. n. 2. something that prepares. 3. a preparation. [1400-50; late ME preparatif < MF < ML praeparativus. See ...
preparatively
See preparative. * * *
preparator
/pri par"euh teuhr, -pair"-/, n. a person who prepares a specimen, as an animal, for scientific examination or exhibition. [1755-65; < LL praeparator preparer, equiv. to ...
preparatorily
See preparatory. * * *
preparatory
—preparatorily, adv. /pri par"euh tawr'ee, -tohr'ee, -pair"-, prep"euhr euh-/, adj. 1. serving or designed to prepare: preparatory arrangements. 2. preliminary; introductory: ...
preparatory school
1. a private or parochial secondary school, esp. one boarding its students and providing a college-preparatory education. 2. Brit. a private elementary school, esp. one preparing ...
preparatoryschool
preparatory school n. 1. A usually private secondary school that prepares students for college. 2. A usually private elementary school in Great Britain that prepares students for ...
prepare
—preparer, n. /pri pair"/, v., prepared, preparing. v.t. 1. to put in proper condition or readiness: to prepare a patient for surgery. 2. to get (a meal) ready for eating, as ...
prepared
—preparedly /pri pair"id lee, -paird"lee/, adv. /pri paird"/, adj. 1. properly expectant, organized, or equipped; ready: prepared for a hurricane. 2. (of food) processed by the ...
prepared piano
a grand piano that has been altered for some modern compositions by having various objects attached to its strings to change the sound and pitch, and performance on which ...
preparedly
See prepare. * * *
preparedness
/pri pair"id nis, -paird"nis/, n. 1. the state of being prepared; readiness. 2. possession of adequate armed forces, industrial resources and potential, etc., esp. as a deterrent ...
Preparedness Movement
Pre-World War I campaign to increase U.S. military capabilities and convince the public of the need for U.S. involvement in a future European conflict. Leaders such as Theodore ...
preparental
/pree'peuh ren"tl/, adj. prior to becoming a parent: preparental instruction. [PRE- + PARENTAL] * * *
preparer
See preparedly. * * *
Preparing for Emergencies
▪ 2006 Introduction by Susan L. Cutter    When Hurricane Katrina devastated the U.S. Gulf Coast in 2005, it became not only a natural disaster but a social catastrophe ...
preparoxysmal
adj. * * *
prepartake
v.i., prepartook, prepartaken, prepartaking. * * *
prepartisan
adj. * * *
prepartition
n., v.t. * * *
prepaste
v.t., prepasted, prepasting. * * *
prepatent
n., v.t. * * *
prepatrician
adj. * * *
prepave
v.t., prepaved, prepaving. * * *
prepavement
n. * * *
prepay
—prepayable, adj. —prepayment, n. /pree pay"/, v.t., prepaid, prepaying. to pay or arrange to pay beforehand or before due: to prepay the loan. [1830-40; PRE- + PAY1] * * *
prepayment
See prepay. * * *
prepectoral
adj. * * *
prepeduncle
n. * * *
prepenetrate
v.t., prepenetrated, prepenetrating. * * *
prepense
/pri pens"/, adj. planned or intended in advance; premeditated. [1695-1705; PRE- + -pense < L pensus, ptp. of pendere to weigh, consider; see PENSIVE] * * *
prepensely
See prepense. * * *
preperitoneal
adj. * * *
prepersuade
v.t., prepersuaded, prepersuading. * * *
prepersuasive
adj. * * *
preperusal
adj. * * *
preperuse
v.t., preperused, preperusing. * * *
prepetition
n., v.t. * * *
prephthisical
adj. * * *
prepineal
adj. * * *
prepious
adj.; prepiously, adv. * * *
prepituitary
adj. * * *
preplace
v.t., preplaced, preplacing. * * *
preplacement
n. * * *
preplacental
adj. * * *
preplan
v., preplanned, preplanning. * * *
preplant
v.t. * * *
prepledge
v.t., prepledged, prepledging; n. * * *
preplot
v.t., preplotted, preplotting. * * *
prepoetic
adj. * * *
prepoetical
adj. * * *
prepolice
adj. * * *
prepolicy
adj. * * *
prepolish
n., v.t. * * *
prepolitic
adj. * * *
prepolitical
adj.; prepolitically, adv. * * *
prepollex
/pri pol"eks/, n., pl. prepollices /-pol"euh seez'/. a rudimentary additional digit on the preaxial side of the thumb of certain amphibians and mammals. [1885-90; < NL; see PRE-, ...
preponderance
/pri pon"deuhr euhns/, n. the fact or quality of being preponderant; superiority in weight, power, numbers, etc.: The preponderance of votes is against the proposal. Also, ...
preponderant
—preponderantly, adv. /pri pon"deuhr euhnt/, adj. superior in weight, force, influence, numbers, etc.; prevailing: a preponderant misconception. [1650-60; < L praeponderant- ...
preponderantly
See preponderant. * * *
preponderate
—preponderation, n. /pri pon"deuh rayt'/, v.i., preponderated, preponderating. 1. to exceed something else in weight; be the heavier. 2. to incline downward or descend, as one ...
preponderately
See preponderate. * * *
preponderation
See preponderately. * * *
preportion
/pree pawr"sheuhn, pohr"-/, v.t. to divide into portions before packaging, selling, etc.: to preportion meals for schools and hospitals. [PRE- + PORTION] * * *
preportray
v.t. * * *
preportrayal
n. * * *
prepose
/pree pohz"/, v.t., preposed, preposing. Gram. to place (a grammatical form) before a related grammatical form: The adverb "out" of "put the light out" is preposed in "put out ...
preposition
preposition1 —prepositional, adj. —prepositionally, adv. /prep'euh zish"euhn/, n. Gram. any member of a class of words found in many languages that are used before nouns, ...
prepositional
prep·o·si·tion·al (prĕp'ə-zĭshʹə-nəl) adj. Relating to or used as a preposition.   prep'o·siʹtion·al·ly adv. * * *
prepositional phrase
Gram. a phrase consisting of a preposition, its object, which is usually a noun or a pronoun, and any modifiers of the object, as in the gray desk I use. [1960-65] * * *
prepositional verb
Gram. a combination of verb and preposition, often with idiomatic meaning, differing from other phrasal verbs in that an object must always follow the preposition, as take after ...
prepositionally
See prepositional. * * *
prepositionalphrase
prepositional phrase n. Abbr. PP A phrase that consists of a preposition and its object and has adjectival or adverbial value, such as in the house in the people in the house or ...
prepositive
—prepositively, adv. /pree poz"i tiv/, Gram. adj. 1. (of a word) placed before another word to modify it or to show its relation to other parts of the sentence. In red book, ...
prepositively
See prepositive. * * *
prepositor
/pree poz"i teuhr/, n. praepostor. Also, prepostor /pree pos"teuhr/. * * *
prepossess
/pree'peuh zes"/, v.t. 1. to possess or dominate mentally beforehand, as a prejudice does. 2. to prejudice or bias, esp. favorably. 3. to impress favorably beforehand or at the ...
prepossessing
—prepossessingly, adv. —prepossessingness, n. /pree'peuh zes"ing/, adj. that impresses favorably; engaging or attractive: a confident and prepossessing young man. [1635-45; ...
prepossessingly
See prepossessing. * * *
prepossessingness
See prepossessingly. * * *
prepossession
—prepossessionary, adj. /pree'peuh zesh"euhn/, n. 1. the state of being prepossessed. 2. a prejudice, esp. one in favor of a person or thing. [1640-50; PRE- + POSSESSION] Syn. ...
preposterous
—preposterously, adv. —preposterousness, n. /pri pos"teuhr euhs, -treuhs/, adj. completely contrary to nature, reason, or common sense; absurd; senseless; utterly foolish: a ...
preposterously
See preposterous. * * *
preposterousness
See preposterously. * * *
prepotency
/pree poht"n see/, n. Genetics. the ability of one parent to impress its hereditary characters on its progeny because it possesses more homozygous, dominant, or epistatic ...
prepotent
—prepotently, adv. /pree poht"nt/, adj. 1. preeminent in power, authority, or influence; predominant: a prepotent name in the oil business. 2. Genetics. noting, pertaining to, ...
prepotently
See prepotent. * * *
preppie
➡ preppy * * *
preppily
See preppy. * * *
preppiness
See preppily. * * *
preppy
/prep"ee/, n., pl. preppies, adj., preppier, preppiest. n. 1. a person who is a student at or a graduate of a preparatory school. 2. a person who favors or is viewed as favoring ...
prepractical
adj. * * *
prepractice
v., prepracticed, prepracticing. * * *
prepractise
v., prepractised, prepractising. * * *
preprandial
/pree pran"dee euhl/, adj. before a meal, esp. before dinner; anteprandial: a preprandial apéritif. [1815-25; PRE- + PRANDIAL] * * *
prepreference
/pree pref"euhr euhns, -pref"reuhns/, adj. Brit. taking precedence over preference shares in dividends or in capital distribution at the time of dissolution or liquidation of a ...
prepreg
prepreg [prē′preg΄] n. a strong, flexible composite material, usually a resin impregnated with fibers, formed into lightweight sheets or strips and used in the manufacture of ...
prepresidential
adj. * * *
prepress
/pree"pres"/, adj. Print. 1. of or pertaining to all operations other than the preparation of the press that are required in preparing a job for printing. 2. (of a proof) pulled ...
preprice
v.t., prepriced, prepricing; n. * * *
preprimary
/pree pruy"mer ee, -meuh ree/, adj. Politics. preceding a primary election: preprimary endorsement. [PRE- + PRIMARY] * * *
preprimer
n. * * *
preprimitive
adj. * * *
preprint
n. /pree"print'/; v. /pree print"/, n. 1. an advance printing, usually of a portion of a book or of an article in a periodical. v.t. 2. to print for future use. 3. to print a ...
preprocess
v. * * *
preprocessor
/pree"pros'es euhr, -euh seuhr/ or, esp. Brit., /-proh'ses euhr, -seuh seuhr/, n. Computers. a program that performs some type of processing, as organization of data or ...
preproduction
/pree'preuh duk"sheuhn/, n. 1. Motion Pictures. the steps necessary to prepare a film for production, as casting, choosing locations, and designing sets and costumes. adj. 2. ...
preprofess
v.t. * * *
preprofessional
/pree'preuh fesh"euh nl/, adj. of or pertaining to the time preceding one's concentrated study or practice of a profession: preprofessional training. [1945-50; PRE- + ...
preprogram
/pree proh"gram, -greuhm/, v.t., preprogrammed or preprogramed, preprogramming or preprograming. to program in advance: to preprogram a manufacturing process. [1960-65; PRE- + ...
prepromise
n., v.t., prepromised, prepromising. * * *
prepromote
v.t., prepromoted, prepromoting. * * *
prepromotion
n. * * *
prepronounce
v.t., prepronounced, prepronouncing. * * *
preprophetic
adj. * * *
preprostatic
adj. * * *
preprove
v.t., preproved, preproved or preproven, preproving. * * *
preprovide
v.t., preprovided, preproviding. * * *
preprovision
n. * * *
preprovoke
v.t., preprovoked, preprovoking. * * *
preprudent
adj.; preprudently, adv. * * *
prepschool
prep school n. Informal A preparatory school. * * *
prepsychedelic
adj. * * *
prepsychotic
/pree'suy kot"ik/, adj. exhibiting behavior that indicates the approach of a psychotic reaction. [1925-30; PRE- + PSYCHOTIC] * * *
prepuberal
See prepubertal. * * *
prepubertal
See prepuberty. * * *
prepuberty
—prepubertal, prepuberal, adj. —prepubertally, prepuberally, adv. /pree pyooh"beuhr tee/, n. Physiol. the period of life just prior to sexual maturation. [1920-25; PRE- + ...
prepubescence
pre·pu·bes·cence (prē'pyo͞o-bĕsʹəns) n. Prepuberty. * * *
prepubescent
—prepubescence, n. /pree'pyooh bes"euhnt/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to the years immediately preceding puberty, prepubertal. n. 2. a prepubescent boy or girl. [1900-05; PRE- + ...
prepubis
n., pl. prepubes. * * *
prepublication
/pree'pub li kay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the period immediately preceding the publication of a book. adj. 2. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of such a period: a prepublication party ...
prepublish
/pree pub"lish/, v.t. to publish in advance of a scheduled date. [1970-75; PRE- + PUBLISH] * * *
prepuce
—preputial /pri pyooh"sheuhl/, adj. /pree"pyoohs/, n. Anat. 1. the fold of skin that covers the head of the penis; foreskin. 2. a similar covering of the clitoris. [1350-1400; ...
prepueblo
adj. * * *
prepunch
v.t. * * *
prepunish
v.t. * * *
prepupa
—prepupal, adj. /pree pyooh"peuh/, n., pl. prepupae /-pee/, prepupas. an insect in the nonfeeding, inactive stage between the larval period and the pupal period. [1920-25; < ...
prepupal
See prepupa. * * *
prepurchase
n., v.t., prepurchased, prepurchasing. * * *
prepurchaser
n. * * *
prepurpose
v.t., prepurposed, prepurposing. * * *
prepurposive
adj. * * *
preputial
See prepuce. * * *
prepyloric
adj. * * *
prequalify
v., prequalified, prequalifying. * * *
prequarantine
n., v.t., prequarantined, prequarantining. * * *
prequel
/pree"kweuhl/, n. a literary, dramatic, or filmic work that prefigures a later work, as by portraying the same characters at a younger age. [1970-75; PRE- + (SE)QUEL] * * * ▪ ...
prequestion
v.t. * * *
prequotation
n. * * *
prequote
v.t., prequoted, prequoting. * * *
prerace
adj. * * *
preracing
adj. * * *
preradio
adj. * * *
prerailroad
adj. * * *


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