Definition of Preimposing

1. preimpose [v] - See also: preimpose



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preimposing

preif
preife
preifes
preifs
preignition
preignitions
preimage
preimages
preimmune
preimmunization
preimpact
preimplantation
preimpose
preimposed
preimposes
preimposing (current term)
preimpressionist
preinaugural
preinauguration
preincident
preincubated
preincubating
preincubation
preincubations
preindesignate
preindication
preindictment
preindisposed
preinduction
preindustrial

Literary usage of Preimposing

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1. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1892)
"... Caxton began with small pamphlets These were soon followed by books of greater preimposing book from Caxton's press was The Golden tence—historical, ..."

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