Definition of Prebills

1. prebill [v] - See also: prebill



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prebills

prebendated
prebendates
prebendating
prebends
prebendship
prebendships
prebiblical
prebid
prebidden
prebidding
prebids
prebill
prebilled
prebilling
prebills (current term)
prebind
prebinding
prebinds
prebiologic
prebiological
prebiotic
prebiotic organic synthesis
prebiotically
prebiotics
prebirth
prebirths
preblended
prebless
preblessed

Literary usage of Prebills

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1. Journal of the Senate by Massachusetts General Court. Senate (1899)
"The Bill giving the Superior Court jurisdiction to preBills. Resolves. vent unlawful blasting (House, No. 581), was ordered to a third reading. ..."

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