Definition of Preeves

1. preeve [v] - See also: preeve



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preeves

preequilibrium
preerect
preerected
preerecting
preerects
prees
preestablish
preestablished
preestablishes
preestablishing
preestablishment
preeternity
preethical
preeve
preeved
preeves (current term)
preeving
preexamination
preexaminations
preexamine
preexamined
preexamines
preexamining
preexcite
preexcited
preexcites
preexciting
preexempt
preexempted
preexempting

Literary usage of Preeves

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1. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1921)
"The gripping story of John preeves and his divine tryst. How in his seeking after God, he finds Patty Merrill and helps to clear the mystery that surrounds ..."

2. A Dialogue of the Effectual Proverbs in the English Tongue Concerning Marriage by John Heywood (1906)
"Whereto folk further weighing, Receive each of other in their conveying, Might be worst of all; for this proverb preeves : Where be no receivers, ..."

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