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prerevolutionary combined form of revolutionary.
prerinse combined form of rinse.
preriot combined form of riot.
prerogative an exclusive right or privilege derived from one's office, position, age, citizenship, birth, or the like. [3 definitions]
preromantic combined form of romantic.
Pres. abbreviation of "President."
pres.1 abbreviation of "present."
pres.2 abbreviation of "president."
presage an intuition or sense of a future occurrence; presentiment. [7 definitions]
presale combined form of sale.
presbyopia inability to focus on nearby objects due to age-related hardening of the lens of the eye.
presbyter an elder who served as teacher, priest, and administrator in the early Christian church. [3 definitions]
presbyterian of, pertaining to, or based on ecclesiastical rule by congregational elders or a body of church elders. [3 definitions]
presbytery a body of church elders. [4 definitions]
preschedule combined form of schedule.
preschool of, pertaining to, or suitable for children below school age. [2 definitions]
prescience knowledge of future occurrences; foreknowledge.
prescient having or exhibiting knowledge of events before they take place.
prescind to separate in thought; consider separately. [2 definitions]
prescreen combined form of screen.
prescribe to lay down as a rule or guide. [4 definitions]