Definition of Preattuned

1. preattune [v] - See also: preattune



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preattuned

preataxic
preatmospheric
preatomic
preattached
preattack
preattention
preattentional
preattentive
preattune
preattuned (current term)
preattunes
preattuning
preauction
preaudience
preaudit
preaudits
preauthorization
preauthorizations
preaver
preaverred
preaverring
preavers
preaxial
prebade

Literary usage of Preattuned

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1. Festus: A Poem by Philip James Bailey (1903)
"The ear which hears is preattuned in heaven, The eye which sees prevision hath ere birth. But the just future shall to many give, Gifts which the partial ..."

2. Festus: A Poem by Philip James Bailey (1853)
"The ear which hears is preattuned in Heaven, The eye which sees prevision hath ere birth. But the just future shall to many give ..."

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