Definition of Preacted

1. Verb. (past of preact) ¹



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Definition of Preacted

1. preact [v] - See also: preact

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preacted

preachingly
preachings
preachman
preachmen
preachment
preachments
preacht
preachy
preacing
preacquaint
preacquaintance
preacquainted
preacquainting
preacquaints
preact
preacted (current term)
preacting
preaction
preactions
preactivated
preactivation
preacts
preadamic
preadamitic
preadapt
preadaptation
preadaptations
preadapted
preadapting
preadaptive

Literary usage of Preacted

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1. The Christian Examiner (1825)
"A friend has obliged us with the loan of a Sermon preacted on Sunday, January 23, 1825, to a Congregation of Protestant Dissenters, in St. Saviourgate, ..."

2. The African Repository by American Colonization Society (1863)
"This ceremony attracted a crowd of people, who were desirous of seeing him who had persecuted us, and who now preacted the faith which once he sought to ..."

3. The American Plutocracy by Milford Wriarson Howard (1895)
"Christ preacted its coming. The toilers of . V - ";"•t ' the world in every clime, in every land, have '- k .'.-•' an instinctive feeling that their burdens ..."

4. The Education of the Poor in England and Europeby David Kay, Joseph Kay by David Kay, Joseph Kay (1846)
"preacted at the Palace Chapel la Valet ta, at Malta, in October, November, and December, 1841. To which are added TWO THEOLOGICAL ESSAYS, read on public ..."

5. The Story of a Great Delusion in a Series of Matter-of-fact Chapters by William White (1885)
"From one of these sufferers, the operator selected a pustule to his mind, opened it with his lancet, and, turning to the * Sermon preacted at ..."

6. Light Shining in Darkness: Or, Heavenly Rays from Dark Sayings, Being a Few by William Huntington (1803)
"... feen of angels, preacted unto the Gentiles* believed on in the world, received up into glory. \ Tim. iii. .6. ..."

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