Definition of Preschedule

1. Verb. To schedule in advance; to prearrange. ¹



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Definition of Preschedule

1. [v -DULED, -DULING, -DULES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preschedule

presbyterships
presbytery
presbytia
presbytism
prescale
prescaled
prescales
prescaling
prescan
prescandal
prescanned
prescanning
prescans
prescapula
prescapular
preschedule (current term)
prescheduled
preschedules
prescheduling
preschool
preschooled
preschooler
preschoolers
preschooling
preschools
prescience
presciences
prescient
prescientific
prescientifically

Literary usage of Preschedule

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1. The California Electricity Crisis by James L. Sweeney (2002)
"The FERC required all California market participants to preschedule all resources and loads with the CAISO and imposed a large penalty on all real-time ..."

2. Styles of Deeds and Instruments: In Accordance with the Titles to Land by John Hendry (1862)
"Whereupon [$c., as in Schedule (B)]. At there was by [or, on behalf of] AB of Z,-preSCHEDULE (F). No. J. Assignation of an unrecorded conveyance. ..."

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