Definition of Preriot
1. preceding a riot [adj]
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Literary usage of Preriot
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1. Ceylon: A General Description of the Island, Historical, Physical by Horatio John Suckling (1876)
"... e many years later the curious map appended to Ribeyro si Ceylon a square form, although De Barros had preriot stated the island was of an oval shape.3 ..."
2. God in Human Thought: Or, Natural Theology Traced in Literature, Ancient and by Ezra Hall Gillett (1874)
"ff The Athenians of a preriot generation owed their prosperity to their moral and relia virtue. " By a conduct honorable toward the Greeks, ..."
3. American Journal of Education (1855-1882). (1878)
"The University Examination in the second year, properly called the preriot/s Examination. Tripos —Any University Examination for Honors of ..."
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