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prayer1 the act of appealing to and invoking the power of God or some spiritual being. [4 definitions]
prayer2 one who prays.
prayer book a book that contains formal prayers for use in public religious services or private devotions. [2 definitions]
prayerful characterized by reverence, devotion, or prayer.
praying mantis a mantis.
pre- before; prior to. [2 definitions]
preach to present or deliver (religious or moral instruction or the like) in a sermon. [4 definitions]
preacher one who preaches, esp. a minister or clergyman.
preachify (informal) to preach or moralize in a tedious or unwelcome way.
preachment a tedious or unwelcome sermon, moral lecture, or the like.
preachy (informal) tending to preach or to moralize, esp. in a tiresome or presumptuous way; didactic.
preadmission combined form of admission.
preadult combined form of adult.
preagricultural combined form of agricultural.
preamble an introduction to a speech or document, esp. one that explains the purpose of the text to follow. [3 definitions]
preamplifier a circuit or other device, as in a radio, that electronically identifies and amplifies weak signals before directing them to other amplifiers.
preanesthetic combined form of anesthetic.
preannounce combined form of announce.
preapprove combined form of approve.
prearrange to arrange beforehand or in advance.
prearrangement combined form of arrangement.