Definition of Preadmitting

1. preadmit [v] - See also: preadmit



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preadmitting

preadipocytes
preadipose
preadjust
preadjusted
preadjusting
preadjustment
preadjustments
preadjusts
preadministration
preadministrations
preadmission
preadmissions
preadmit
preadmits
preadmitted
preadmitting (current term)
preadmonish
preadmonished
preadmonishes
preadmonishing
preadmonition
preadmonitions
preadolescence
preadolescences
preadolescent
preadolescents
preadopt
preadopted
preadopting
preadopts

Literary usage of Preadmitting

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1. Government Control of Meat-packing Industry: Hearings Before the Committee by United States Congress. House. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce (1919)
"... preadmitting the question whether their actions were right or wrong, whether guilty or innocent, whether they have robbed or benefited the people; ..."

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