Definition of Preriot

1. preceding a riot [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preriot

preresolved
preresolves
preresolving
preretirement
prereturn
prereview
prerevisionist
prerevolution
prerevolutionary
preribosomal
preride
prerinse
prerinsed
prerinses
prerinsing
preriot (current term)
prerock
prerogative
prerogative writ
prerogatived
prerogatively
prerogatives
prerolls
preromantic
prerotation
preround
prerupt
pres.
presa

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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