Definition of Precenting

1. precent [v] - See also: precent



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Precenting

precell
precelled
precellence
precellency
precellent
precelling
precells
precellular
precels
precensor
precensored
precensoring
precensors
precent
precented
precenting (current term)
precentor
precentorial
precentors
precentorship
precentorships
precentour
precentral
precentral gyrus
precentrix
precents
precepit
precepits
precept
precepted

Literary usage of Precenting

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1. Papers Illustrating the History of the Scots Brigade in the Service of the by James Ferguson, John Scot (1901)
"Peacock for d8 1 10 0 ,, Thomas Frazer for 4 weeks . .140 ,, John Robertson for precenting . .060 ,, cleaning the school. 040 Ballance not distributed 117 ..."

2. Cases Decided in the Court of Session by Scotland Court of Session, Patrick Shaw, Scotland, Court of Session (1829)
"... but the office was totally distinct from that of precentor and precenting, and formed no part of its duties,; apd at any rate Lord Melville had ..."

3. Ecclesiastical History of England: The Church of the Restoration by John Stoughton (1874)
"... An *s Car. n., Act for precenting dangers which may happen from Popish ... Supra, -A™ Act for removing and precenting all questions and disputes ..."

4. The Book of Stobo Church (1907)
"A shilling given to Robert Calderwood for precenting in the tent at Communion THE MINISTER'S SERVITUD PS 1777, October 22. ..."

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