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predestinate to determine or destine beforehand, esp. by divine will or decree.
predestination the act of predestining, or the state of being predestined. [3 definitions]
predestine to determine the unalterable fate or future of, esp. by divine power.
predetermine to form or set (a decision, course of action, or the like) ahead of time. [3 definitions]
predevelopment combined form of development.
predicable that may be declared or asserted according to conventions of logic or sentence structure; able to be predicated. [2 definitions]
predicament a difficult or dangerous situation with no obvious or completely satisfactory solution.
predicate to declare or assert, often as a belief. [7 definitions]
predict to see or proclaim in advance (a future unplanned event); prophesy; foretell. [3 definitions]
predictable able to be predicted or anticipated. [2 definitions]
prediction the act of foretelling or the attempt at foretelling. [2 definitions]
predictive of or relating to predictions. [2 definitions]
predigest to subject (food) to artificial, partial digestion before eating.
predilection an inclination to favor something; partiality or preference.
predinner combined form of dinner.
prediscovery combined form of discovery.
predispose to prepare (someone) beforehand to be inclined toward a certain attitude or action. [2 definitions]
predisposition the condition of being predisposed; tendency.
prednisone a derivative of cortisone commonly used to treat arthritis.
predominant being the chief or greatest in importance, status, influence, or the like. [2 definitions]
predominantly mainly; chiefly; for the most part.