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preliterate of a society or culture, lacking a written language.
prelogical combined form of logical.
prelude an introductory event or act; preface; preliminary. [6 definitions]
prelunch combined form of lunch.
preluncheon combined form of luncheon.
premade combined form of made.
premanufacture combined form of manufacture.
premarital before marriage.
premaritally combined form of maritally.
premarket combined form of market.
premarketing combined form of marketing.
premarriage combined form of marriage.
premature done, occurring, or born before the required or expected time; too soon.
premeasure combined form of measure.
premed (informal) a program or course of premedical study or training. [3 definitions]
premedical of or pertaining to a course of study preparatory to medical training.
premedieval combined form of medieval.
premeditate to consider, plan, or arrange in advance.
premeditation the act of planning, arranging, or thinking about in advance. [2 definitions]
premenstrual of, relating to, or occurring during the time immediately preceding the onset of menstruation.
premenstrual syndrome a complex of symptoms that may occur before the onset of menstrual flow, including depression, irritability, fluid retention, and breast soreness.