Definition of Preambles

1. Noun. (plural of preamble) ¹



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Definition of Preambles

1. preamble [n] - See also: preamble

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preambles

prealgebra
prealgebras
prealigned
preallable
preallocate
preallot
preallots
preallotted
preallotting
prealter
prealtered
prealtering
prealters
preamble
preambled
preambles (current term)
preambular
preambulary
preambulate
preambulated
preambulates
preambulating
preambulation
preambulations
preambulatory
preambulous
preamp
preamplification
preamplifications
preamplifier

Literary usage of Preambles

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1. Pennsylvania Common School Law by Chester Case Bashore (1906)
"preambles 90o. Appropriation for schools among Cornplanter Indians 9o1. ... preambles 424 9o2. Commission to be appointed by governor 424 9o3. ..."

2. A History of Crime in England: Illustrating the Changes of the Laws in the by Luke Owen Pike (1873)
"preambles of statutes and statements made in Parliament have frequently been used in illustration of the condition of the country, and they are very ..."

3. View of the State of Europe During the Middle Ages by Henry Hallam (1837)
"288-304. words of their preambles. This consent was originally given only by the higher estates, who might be considered, ш a large sense, as representing ..."

4. Collapse and Reconstruction: European Conditions and American Principles by Thomas Barclay (1919)
"... TO CHAPTER X NOTE ON preambles TO DIFFERENT INTERNATIONAL CONVENTIONS RELATING TO WAR AND PEACE The following preambles to international conventions may ..."

5. Religion and the State, Or, The Bible and the Public Schools by Samuel Thayer Spear (1876)
"preambles TO STATE CONSTITUTIONS. Reference is sometimes made to the recognitions and acknowledgments of God found in the preambles to our State ..."

6. Religion and the State: Or, The Bible and the Public Schools by Samuel Thayer Spear (1876)
"preambles TO STATE CONSTITUTIONS. Reference is sometimes made to the recognitions and acknowledgments of God found in the preambles to our State ..."

7. The Law of Nations Considered as Independent Political Communities by Travers Twiss (1861)
"... 1856— preambles and Recitals of a Declaratory Character—Objections to the Idea of any Law, as such, between Nations—International Morality distinct from ..."

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