Definition of Premeditator

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Premeditator

premedication
premedications
premedics
premedieval
premeditate
premeditated
premeditatedly
premeditatedness
premeditately
premeditates
premeditating
premeditation
premeditations
premeditative
premeditatively
premeditator (current term)
premeditators
premeds
premeet
premeeting
premeiotic
premelted
premelting
premen
premenopausal
premerger

Literary usage of Premeditator

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1. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1905)
"... although they follow as instantaneously as successive thoughts can follow each other, the premeditator may be guilty of murder in the first degree. ..."

2. The Principles of Nature: Her Divine Relations, & a Voice to Mankind by Andrew Jackson Davis (1871)
"... original premeditator, displays the highest and most perfect attribute of Mercy. For light is evolved from the great Centre thus established; ..."

3. The Principles of Nature, Her Divine Revelations by Andrew Jackson Davis (1851)
"The proper accomplishment of the end desired by the original premeditator, displays the highest and most perfect attribute of Mercy For light is evolved ..."

4. Wisconsin Reports: Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of Wisconsin by Wisconsin, Wisconsin Supreme Court, Supreme Court (1900)
"... although they follow as instantaneously as successive thoughts can follow each other, the premeditator may be guilty of murder in the first degree. ..."

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