Definition of Premy

1. preemie [n PREMIES] - See also: preemie



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Premy

premotion
premotor
premounted
premove
premoved
premoves
premoving
prems
premultiply
premune
premunire
premunires
premunition
premunitions
premunitory
premy (current term)
premycotic
premyelinating
prename
prenames
prenasal
prenasalize
prenasalized
prenasalizes
prenasalizing
prenasals
prenatal
prenatal diagnosis
prenatally
prenate

Literary usage of Premy

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1. Official Catalogue by United States Centennial Commission (1876)
"214 44 Schmidt, Devillez, & Co., Dam- premy, near Charleroi.—Window glass. 214 45 Glass Works Joint Stock Co., Charleroi.—Window glass. ..."

2. The Tank Corps by Clough Williams-Ellis, Amabel Williams-Ellis (1919)
"... the Guards taking Arival Wood and pushing north of premy Chapel, where the 2nd Division took up the advance. The 15th Battalion History tells the story ..."

3. The British Journal of Dermatology by British Association of Dermatology (1904)
"THOUGH a certain number of histological observations of the premy- cosic stage in Mycosis fungoides have been undertaken, these, according to Welters,* have ..."

4. American Ballads and Songs by Louise Pound (1922)
""What had you/for breakfast J my own premy boy? What had you for breakfast, my heart's loving joy?" "Fresh trout and slow poison; mother, make my bed soon, ..."

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