Definition of Prestore

1. to store beforehand [v -STORED, -STORING, -STORES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prestore

prestigious
prestigiously
prestigiousness
prestimonies
prestimony
prestimulated
prestimulation
prestimulations
prestimulus
presting
prestissimo
presto
presto change-o
presto chango
prestorage
prestore (current term)
prestored
prestores
prestoring
prestorm
prestos
prestrained
prestrategic
prestress
prestressed
prestressed concrete
prestresses
prestressing
prestretch
prestriction

Literary usage of Prestore

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1. History of Newcastle and Gateshead by Howard Pease, Richard Welford (1885)
"The chantry of our Lady in Gateshead was founded by one Alan prestore, to find a priest for the maintenance of God's service, and to pray for his soul and ..."

2. A Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds in the Public Record Office by Great Britain Public Record Office (1890)
"Grant by Walter, son of Robert de Cippenham, to his son Walter, of a wood in the parish of Burnham and of the rents of tenements at prestore and ..."

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