Definition of Prerequiring

1. Verb. (present participle of prerequire) ¹



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Definition of Prerequiring

1. prerequire [v] - See also: prerequire

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prerequiring

prereleasing
prereligious
preremote
prerenal
prerender
prerendered
prerendering
prerenders
prerenovation
prereplication
prereq
prereqs
prerequire
prerequired
prerequires
prerequiring (current term)
prerequisite
prerequisites
preresolve
preresolved
preresolves
preresolving
preretirement
prereturn
prereview
prerevisionist
prerevolution
prerevolutionary
preribosomal
preride

Literary usage of Prerequiring

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1. The New York Teacher, and the American Educational Monthly (1869)
"... commencing it (culture of the heart), but prerequiring that the soil be not stony nor hopelessly weedy, and foretelling the vain issue in either case. ..."

2. The American Educational Monthly: A Magazine of Popular Instruction and (1869)
"... commencing it (culture of the heart), but prerequiring that the soil be not stony nor hopelessly weedy, and foretelling the vain issue in either case. ..."

3. Hiatus: The Void in Modern Education ; Its Cause and Antidote by Outis (1869)
"... not commencing it (culture of the heart) but prerequiring that the soil be not stony nor hopelessly weedy, and foretelling the vain issue in either case ..."

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