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prerailway
adj. * * *
prerational
adj. * * *
prereadiness
n. * * *
preready
adj. * * *
prerealize
v.t., prerealized, prerealizing. * * *
prerebellion
adj. * * *
prereceipt
v.t. * * *
prereceive
v.t., prereceived, prereceiving. * * *
prereceiver
n. * * *
prerecession
adj. * * *
prerecital
n. * * *
prerecite
v.t., prerecited, prereciting. * * *
prereckon
v.t. * * *
prereckoning
n. * * *
prerecognize
v.t., prerecognized, prerecognizing. * * *
prerecommend
v.t. * * *
prereconcile
v.t., prereconciled, prereconciling. * * *
prerecord
/pree'ri kawrd"/, v.t. 1. to record beforehand or in advance. 2. to record (a radio show, television program, etc.) prior to an actual broadcast or showing. 3. Motion Pictures. ...
prerecorded
/pree'ri kawr"did/, adj. containing previously recorded information: a prerecorded audiotape; a prerecorded videocassette. Cf. blank (def. 5). [1955-60; PRERECORD + -ED2] * * *
prerectal
adj. * * *
preredeem
v.t. * * *
prerefer
v.t., prereferred, prereferring. * * *
prereference
n. * * *
prerefine
v.t., prerefined, prerefining. * * *
prereform
adj. * * *
prereformation
adj. * * *
prereformatory
adj. * * *
prerefusal
n. * * *
prerefuse
v.t., prerefused, prerefusing. * * *
preregal
adj. * * *
preregister
v.t., v.i. * * *
preregulate
v.t., preregulated, preregulating. * * *
prerehearsal
adj. * * *
prereject
v.t. * * *
prerejection
n. * * *
prerejoice
v.i., prerejoiced, prerejoicing. * * *
prerelate
v.t., prerelated, prerelating. * * *
prerelation
n. * * *
prerelease
/pree'ri lees"/, n. 1. something released beforehand, as a movie shown before its scheduled premiere. adj. 2. of or pertaining to a period prior to an official release: ...
prereligious
adj. * * *
preremit
v.t., preremitted, preremitting. * * *
preremorse
n. * * *
preremoval
n. * * *
preremove
v.t., preremoved, preremoving. * * *
preremunerate
v.t., preremunerated, preremunerating. * * *
prerenal
adj. * * *
prerent
v.t. * * *
prerental
n. * * *
prereport
n., v. * * *
prerepresent
v.t. * * *
prerepublican
adj. * * *
prerequest
n., v.t. * * *
prerequire
v.t., prerequired, prerequiring. * * *
prerequisite
/pri rek"weuh zit, pree-/, adj. 1. required beforehand: a prerequisite fund of knowledge. n. 2. something prerequisite: A visa is still a prerequisite for travel in many ...
preresemble
v., preresembled, preresembling. * * *
preresolve
v., preresolved, preresolving. * * *
preresort
v.i. * * *
prerespectable
adj. * * *
prerespire
v.t., prerespired, prerespiring. * * *
preresponsibility
n., pl. preresponsibilities. * * *
preresponsible
adj. * * *
prerestoration
adj. * * *
prerestrain
v.t. * * *
prerestraint
n. * * *
prerestrict
v.t. * * *
preretirement
adj., n. * * *
prereturn
n., v.i. * * *
prereveal
v.t. * * *
prerevenge
n., v.t., prerevenged, prerevenging. * * *
prereversal
n. * * *
prereverse
n., v.t., prereversed, prereversing. * * *
prereview
n., v.t. * * *
prerevise
v.t., prerevised, prerevising. * * *
prerevision
n. * * *
prerevival
n., adj. * * *
prerheumatic
adj. * * *
prerighteous
adj.; prerighteously, adv.; prerighteousness, n. * * *
prerinse
v.t., prerinsed, prerinsing. n. * * *
prerogative
/pri rog"euh tiv, peuh rog"-/, n. 1. an exclusive right, privilege, etc., exercised by virtue of rank, office, or the like: the prerogatives of a senator. 2. a right, privilege, ...
prerogative court
1. a former ecclesiastical court in England and Ireland for the trial of certain testamentary cases. 2. (formerly) the court of probate in New Jersey. [1595-1605] * * * In ...
prerogatived
See prerogative. * * *
preromantic
adj. * * *
preroute
v.t., prerouted, prerouting. * * *
preroyal
adj.; preroyally, adv. * * *
preroyalty
n., pl. preroyalties. * * *
Pres
/pres, prez/, n. a male given name, form of Presley. * * *
Pres.
1. Presbyterian. 2. President. * * *
pres.
1. present. 2. presidency. 3. president. * * *
pres. part.
present participle. * * *
presa
/pray"seuh/; It. /prdde"zah/, n., pl. prese /-say/; It. /-ze/. a mark, as :S:, +, used in a canon, round, etc., to indicate where the successive voice parts are to take up the ...
presacral
adj. * * *
presacrifice
n., v., presacrificed, presacrificing. * * *
presacrificial
adj. * * *
presage
—presageful, adj. —presagefully, adv. —presager, n. n. /pres"ij/; v. /pres"ij, pri sayj"/, n., v., presaged, presaging. n. 1. a presentiment or foreboding. 2. something ...
presageful
See presage. * * *
presale
/pree"sayl'/, n. a sale held in advance of an advertised sale, as for select customers. [PRE- + SALE] * * *
presanctified
—presanctification, n. /pree sangk"teuh fuyd'/, adj. (of the Eucharistic elements) consecrated at a previous Mass. [1850-55; trans. of ML praesanctificatus. See PRE-, ...
Presanctified, Liturgy of the
▪ religion       a service of worship in Eastern (Eastern rite church) Orthodox and Eastern-rite churches in communion with Rome that is celebrated on Wednesdays and ...
presanctify
v.t., presanctified, presanctifying. * * *
presanguine
adj. * * *
presanitary
adj. * * *
presartorial
adj. * * *
presatisfactory
adj. * * *
presatisfy
v.t., presatisfied, presatisfying. * * *
presavage
adj. * * *
presavagery
n. * * *
Presb
Presb or Presby abbrev. Presbyterian * * *
Presb.
Presbyterian. * * *
presbycusia
/prez'bi kyooh"zheuh, -zhee euh, -zee euh, pres'-/, n. Med. impaired hearing due to old age. [1885-90; < NL < Gk presby- (comb. form of présbys old, old man) + (á)kous(is) ...
presbycusis
presbycusis [prez΄biko͞o′sis, pres΄biko͞o′sisprez΄bi kyo͞o′sis, pres΄bi kyo͞o′sis] n. 〚< Gr presbys, old + ( a) kousis, hearing < akouein, to hear: see ...
presbyope
pres·by·ope (prĕzʹbē-ōp', prĕsʹ-) n. A person affected with presbyopia. * * *
presbyopia
—presbyopic /prez'bee op"ik, pres'-/, adj. /prez'bee oh"pee euh, pres'-/, n. Ophthalm. farsightedness due to ciliary muscle weakness and loss of elasticity in the crystalline ...
presbyopic
See presbyopia. * * *
Presbyt.
Presbyterian. * * *
presbyter
—presbyteral /prez bit"euhr euhl, pres-/, adj. /prez"bi teuhr, pres"-/, n. 1. (in the early Christian church) an office bearer who exercised teaching, priestly, and ...
presbyterate
/prez bit"euhr it, -euh rayt', pres-/, n. 1. the office of a presbyter or elder. 2. a body of presbyters or elders. [1635-45; < ML presbyteratus. See PRESBYTER, -ATE3] * * *
presbyterial
/prez'bi tear"ee euhl, pres'-/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to a presbytery. 2. presbyterian (def. 1). [1585-95; PRESBYTERY + -AL1] * * *
presbyterially
See presbyterial. * * *
presbyterian
/prez'bi tear"ee euhn, pres'-/, adj. 1. pertaining to or based on the principle of ecclesiastical government by presbyters or presbyteries. 2. (cap.) designating or pertaining to ...
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
▪ church, United States       church formed on June 10, 1983, in the merger of the United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. (headquartered in New York City) and the ...
Presbyterian Church in Ireland
      church organized in 1840 by merger of the Secession Church and the Synod of Ulster. In 1854 the Synod of Munster merged into the church.       Presbyterianism ...
Presbyterian Church of England
      church organized in 1876 by merger of the United Presbyterian Church and various English and Scottish Presbyterian congregations in England. The United Presbyterian ...
Presbyterian Church of Wales
also called  Calvinistic Methodist Church        church that developed out of the Methodist revivals in Wales in the 18th century. The early leaders were Howel Harris, a ...
Presbyterian churches
      one of the major representative groups of classical Protestantism that arose in the 16th-century Reformation. Generally speaking, the modern Presbyterian churches ...
PresbyterianChurch
Presbyterian Church n. Any of various Protestant churches governed by presbyters and traditionally Calvinist in doctrine. * * *
Presbyterianism
/prez'bi tear"ee euh niz'euhm, pres'-/, n. 1. church government by presbyters or elders, equal in rank and organized into graded administrative courts. 2. the doctrines of ...
presbyters
➡ Presbyterian * * *
presbytery
/prez"bi ter'ee, pres"-/, n., pl. presbyteries. 1. a body of presbyters or elders. 2. (in Presbyterian churches) an ecclesiastical court consisting of all the ministers and one ...
preschedule
v.t., prescheduled, prescheduling. * * *
prescholastic
adj. * * *
preschool
adj. /pree"skoohl"/; n. /pree"skoohl'/, adj. 1. of, pertaining to, or intended for a child between infancy and school age: new methods of preschool education. n. 2. a school or ...
preschool education
Childhood education during the period from infancy to age five or six. Institutions for preschool education vary widely around the world, as do their names (e.g., infant school, ...
preschooler
/pree"skooh"leuhr/, n. a child below the official school starting age, usually a child up to age five. [1945-50; PRESCHOOL + -ER1] * * *
preschooling
pre·school·ing (prēʹsko͞o'lĭng) n. Early childhood education, especially when received at a preschool. * * *
prescience
—prescient, adj. —presciently, adv. /presh"euhns, -ee euhns, pree"sheuhns, -shee euhns/, n. knowledge of things before they exist or happen; foreknowledge; ...
prescient
pre·scient (prĕshʹənt, -ē-ənt, prēʹshənt, -shē-ənt) adj. 1. Of or relating to prescience. 2. Possessing prescience.   [French, from Old French, from Latin ...
prescientific
adj. * * *
presciently
See prescient. * * *
prescind
/pri sind"/, v.t. 1. to separate or single out in thought; abstract. 2. to cut off, terminate, or remove. v.i. 3. to withdraw one's attention (usually fol. by from). 4. to turn ...
prescore
/pree skawr", -skohr"/, v.t., prescored, prescoring. to record the sound of (a motion picture) before filming. [1935-40; PRE- + SCORE] * * *
Prescott
/pres"keuht, -kot/, n. 1. William, 1726-95, American Revolutionary military leader. 2. William Hickling /hik"ling/, 1796-1859, U.S. historian (grandson of William Prescott). 3. a ...
Prescott, Edward C.
▪ American economist born December 26, 1940, Glens Falls, New York, U.S.       American economist, who, with Finn E. Kydland (Kydland, Finn E.), won the Nobel Prize for ...
Prescott, John
▪ 1995       In an era when politicians in many countries were becoming as bland and manufactured as processed cheese, many people took special pleasure in John ...
Prescott, William H(ickling)
born May 4, 1796, Salem, Mass., U.S. died Jan. 28, 1859, Boston, Mass. U.S. historian. Born to a prosperous family, Prescott graduated from Harvard University in 1814 but was ...
Prescott,Samuel
Pres·cott (prĕsʹkət, -kŏt'), Samuel. 1751-1777?. American Revolutionary patriot who on April 18, 1775, joined Paul Revere and William Dawes on their ride to spread the news ...
Prescott,William Hickling
Prescott, William Hickling. 1796-1859. American historian noted for his lively studies of the conquistadors, including History of the Conquest of Mexico (1843). * * *
prescout
adj. * * *
prescreen
/pree skreen"/, v.t. to screen in advance; select before a more detailed selecting process. [1965-70; PRE- + SCREEN] * * *
prescreening
n. * * *
prescribe
—prescribable, adj. —prescriber, n. /pri skruyb"/, v., prescribed, prescribing. v.t. 1. to lay down, in writing or otherwise, as a rule or a course of action to be followed; ...
prescribed cut
Ecol. See allowable cut. * * *
prescriber
See prescribe. * * *
prescript
adj. /pri skript", pree"skript/; n. /pree"skript/, adj. 1. prescribed. n. 2. that which is prescribed or laid down, as a rule, precept, or order. [1425-75; late ME (adj.) < L ...
prescriptibility
See prescriptible. * * *
prescriptible
—prescriptibility, n. /pri skrip"teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. subject to or suitable for prescription. 2. depending on or derived from prescription, as a claim or right. [1535-45; < ML ...
prescription
/pri skrip"sheuhn/, n. 1. Med. a. a direction, usually written, by the physician to the pharmacist for the preparation and use of a medicine or remedy. b. the medicine ...
prescription charge
n [usu pl] (in Britain) money paid (usually to a chemist) for medicine supplied on the National Health Service. The amount paid is the same for any medicine, and is usually less ...
prescriptive
—prescriptively, adv. —prescriptiveness, n. /pri skrip"tiv/, adj. 1. that prescribes; giving directions or injunctions: a prescriptive letter from an anxious father. 2. ...
prescriptive grammar
1. an approach to grammar that is concerned with establishing norms of correct and incorrect usage and formulating rules based on these norms to be followed by users of the ...
prescriptively
See prescriptive. * * *
prescriptiveness
See prescriptively. * * *
prescriptivism
pre·scrip·tiv·ism (prĭ-skrĭpʹtə-vĭz'əm) n. The support or promotion of prescriptive grammar.   pre·scripʹtiv·ist adj. & n. * * * In metaethics, the view that moral ...
prescriptivist
—prescriptivism, n. /pri skrip"teuh vist/, n. 1. a writer, teacher, or supporter of prescriptive grammar. adj. 2. of, pertaining to, or based on prescriptive grammar. [1950-55; ...
prescutum
/pree skyooh"teuhm/, n., pl. prescuta /-teuh/, prescutums. the anterior dorsal sclerite of a thoracic segment of an insect. [ < NL; see PRE-, SCUTUM] * * *
preseal
n., v.t. * * *
presearch
n., v.t. * * *
preseason
n. * * *
preseasonal
adj. * * *
presecular
adj. * * *
presecure
v.t., presecured, presecuring. * * *
presedentary
adj. * * *
presee
v.t., presaw, preseen, preseeing. * * *
preselect
—preselection, n. /pree'si lekt"/, v.t. to select in advance; choose beforehand. [1860-65; PRE- + SELECT] * * *
preselection
See preselect. * * *
preselector
/pree'si lek"teuhr/, n. Radio. a preamplifier between the antenna and receiving circuit, used to improve reception. [1925-30; PRESELECT + -OR2] * * *
presell
/pree sel"/, v.t., presold, preselling. to sell in advance, as before manufacture or construction: to presell a planned house. [1945-50; PRE- + SELL1] * * *
presemilunar
adj. * * *
preseminal
adj. * * *
preseminary
adj., n., pl. preseminaries. * * *
presence
/prez"euhns/, n. 1. the state or fact of being present, as with others or in a place. 2. attendance or company: Your presence is requested. 3. immediate vicinity; proximity: in ...
presence chamber
Chiefly Brit. the special room in which a great personage, as a sovereign, receives guests, holds audiences, etc. [1555-65] * * *
presence of mind
a calm state of mind that allows one to think clearly or act effectively in an emergency. [1655-65] * * *
presenceof mind
presence of mind n. The ability to think and act calmly and efficiently, especially in an emergency. * * *
presenile
/pree see"nuyl, -nil, -sen"uyl/, adj. pertaining to or exhibiting the characteristics of presenility; prematurely old. [1895-1900; PRE- + SENILE] * * *
presenility
/pree'si nil"i tee/, n. premature old age. [1895-1900; PRE- + SENILITY] * * *
present
present1 —presentness, n. /prez"euhnt/, adj. 1. being, existing, or occurring at this time or now; current: the present ruler. 2. at this time; at hand; immediate: articles for ...
present arms
Mil. 1. a position of salute in the manual of arms in which the rifle is held in both hands vertically in front of the body, with the muzzle upward and the trigger side ...
present continuous.
See present progressive. * * *
present participle
Gram. a participle form, in English having the suffix -ing, denoting repetition or duration of an activity or event: used as an adjective, as in the growing weeds, and in forming ...
present perfect
1. (in English) the tense form consisting of the present tense of have with a past participle and noting that the action of the verb was completed prior to the present, as I have ...
present progressive
Gram. (in English) a verb form consisting of an auxiliary be in the present tense followed by a present participle and used esp. to indicate that a present action or event is in ...
present-day
/prez"euhnt day"/, adj. current; modern: present-day techniques; present-day English. [1885-90] * * *
presentability
See presentable. * * *
presentable
—presentability, presentableness, n. —presentably, adv. /pri zen"teuh beuhl/, adj. 1. that may be presented. 2. suitable or socially acceptable in appearance, dress, manners, ...
presentableness
See presentability. * * *
presentably
See presentability. * * *
presentarms
pre·sent arms (prĭ-zĕntʹ) n. 1. A position in the military manual of arms in which the rifle is held vertically in front of the body. 2. A command to assume present arms or ...
presentation
/prez'euhn tay"sheuhn, pree'zen-/, n. 1. an act of presenting. 2. the state of being presented. 3. a social introduction, as of a person at court. 4. an exhibition or ...
presentational
/prez'euhn tay"sheuh nl, pree'zen-/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to presentation. 2. pertaining to or characterized by presentationalism. 3. notional (def. 7). [1885-90; ...
presentationalism
/prez'euhn tay"sheuh nl iz'euhm, pree'zen-/, n. Theat. a style of production in which the audience is addressed directly with songs, skits, exposition, etc., and no attempt is ...
presentationism
—presentationist, n., adj. /prez'euhn tay"sheuh niz'euhm, pree'zen-/, n. Epistemology. the doctrine that in perception, or in all forms of knowledge, there is an immediate ...
presentative
/pri zen"teuh tiv/, adj. 1. (of an image, idea, etc.) presented, known, or capable of being known directly. 2. Eccles. admitting of or pertaining to presentation. 3. Philos. ...
presentative realism
—presentative realist. Epistemology. presentationism. * * *
presentativeness
See presentative. * * *
presentee
/prez'euhn tee"/, n. 1. a person to whom something is presented. 2. a person who is presented, as to a benefice. 3. a debutante. [1490-1500; < AF; see PRESENT2, -EE] * * *
presentence
v.t., presentenced, presentencing. * * *
presenter
/pri zen"teuhr/, n. 1. a person or thing that presents. 2. a person who presents an award, as at a formal ceremony. [1535-45; PRESENT2 + -ER1] * * *
presenters
➡ radio * * *
presentient
/pree sen"sheuhnt/, adj. having a presentiment. [1805-15; < L praesentient- (s. of praesentiens), prp. of praesentire. See PRE-, SENTIENT] * * *
presentiment
—presentimental, adj. /pri zen"teuh meuhnt/, n. a feeling or impression that something is about to happen, esp. something evil; foreboding. [1705-15; < F, now obs. spelling of ...
presentimental
See presentiment. * * *
presentism
presentism [prez′ən tiz΄əm] n. the application of contemporary perspectives in explaining past events rather than placing these events in their historical ...
presentist
/prez"euhn tist/, n. Theol. a person who maintains that the prophecies in the Apocalypse are now being fulfilled. Cf. futurist, preterist (def. 1). [1875-80; PRESENT1 + -IST] * * ...
presentive
—presentively, adv. —presentiveness, n. /pri zen"tiv/, adj. Semantics. notional (def. 7). [1870-75; PRESENT2 + -IVE] * * *
presently
/prez"euhnt lee/, adv. 1. in a little while; soon: They will be here presently. 2. at the present time; now: He is presently out of the country. 3. Archaic. ...
presentment
/pri zent"meuhnt/, n. 1. an act of presenting, esp. to the mind, as an idea, view, etc. 2. the state of being presented. 3. a presentation. 4. the manner or mode in which ...
presentness
See present1. * * *
presentparticiple
pres·ent participle (prĕzʹənt) n. A participle expressing present action, in English formed by the infinitive plus -ing and used to express present action in relation to the ...
presentperfect
pres·ent per·fect (prĕzʹənt pûrʹfĭkt) n. 1. The verb tense expressing action completed at the present time, formed in English by combining the present tense of have with ...
presenttense
pres·ent tense (prĕzʹənt) n. The verb tense expressing action in the present time, as in She writes; she is writing. * * *
preseparate
v.t., preseparated, preseparating. * * *
preseparator
n. * * *
preseptal
adj. * * *
Prešeren, France
▪ Slovene poet born Dec. 3, 1800, Vrba, Holy Roman Empire [now in Slovenia] died Feb. 8, 1849, Kranj, Austrian Empire [now in Slovenia]       Slovenia's national poet ...
preservability
See preserve. * * *
preservable
See preservability. * * *
preservation
preservation [prez΄ər vā′shən] n. 〚ME < MFr < ML praeservatio〛 a preserving or being preserved * * * See preservability. * * *
preservationism
See preservationist. * * *
preservationist
—preservationism, n. /prez'euhr vay"sheuh nist/, n. a person who advocates or promotes preservation, esp. of wildlife, natural areas, or historical places. [1925-30; ...
preservative
/pri zerr"veuh tiv/, n. 1. something that preserves or tends to preserve. 2. a chemical substance used to preserve foods or other organic materials from decomposition or ...
preserve
—preservable, adj. —preservability, n. —preservation /prez'euhr vay"sheuhn/, n. —preserver, n. /pri zerrv"/, v., preserved, preserving, n. v.t. 1. to keep alive or in ...
preserver
See preservability. * * *
preservice
adj. * * *
Preserving the World's Historical and Cultural Legacy
▪ 1995       The continuing destruction of the architectural, artistic, and historical patrimony of the multicultural society in Bosnia and Herzegovina continued to ...
presession
n. * * *
preset
—presettable, adj. v., adj. /pree set"/; n. /pree"set'/, v., preset, presetting, adj., n. v.t. 1. to set beforehand. 2. to set (an electric or electronic appliance) to become ...
preset board
a control board for setting up theatrical lighting switches and dimmer readings in advance so that during a performance the lights can be automatically operated for one or ...
presettable
See preset. * * *
presettle
v.t., presettled, presettling. * * *
preshadow
n., v.t. * * *


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