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presentable suitable, esp. in appearance, for being introduced or presented to others. [2 definitions]
presentation the act of presenting, or the state of being presented. [4 definitions]
present-day current or modern.
presentence combined form of sentence.
presentencing combined form of sentencing.
presentiment an intuition or sense of something about to happen; premonition or foreboding.
presently in a short while; very soon. [2 definitions]
presentment the act of presenting something, such as an idea or a promissory note. [2 definitions]
present participle a participle that either indicates ongoing action or state, as "living" in "He was living" or serves as an adjective, as "living" in "a living thing".
present perfect a verb tense that indicates that an action or state has been completed at some indefinite time up to the present, as in "I have lived in four countries". [2 definitions]
present tense a form of a verb that shows that something is happening now or that a condition exists in the present time. In the sentence, "The sky is blue," "is" is in the present tense.
preservation protection from loss or damage; the act of preserving.
preservationist a person advocating the preservation and restoration of historic buildings or wildlife environments.
preservative a natural or chemical agent used to preserve foods and the like. [2 definitions]
preserve to protect from injury, harm, or mishap. [8 definitions]
preservice combined form of service.
preset to set in advance.
presettlement combined form of settlement.
preshow combined form of show.
preshrunk of fabric or articles of clothing, shrunk during manufacture to reduce or prevent shrinkage during subsequent laundering.
preside to act as directing or controlling authority, esp. in a meeting or within an organization.