Definition of Prebook

1. Verb. (transitive) To book in advance. ¹



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Definition of Prebook

1. to book in advance [v -ED, -ING, -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prebook

prebirths
preblended
prebless
preblessed
preblesses
preblessing
preblog
preboard
preboarded
preboarding
preboards
preboil
preboiled
preboiling
preboils
prebook (current term)
prebooked
prebooking
prebookings
prebooks
preboom
preboot
preborn
prebought
prebound
prebreaded
prebreak
prebreakfast
prebriefed
prebronchial

Literary usage of Prebook

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1. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1899)
"The illustrating the Romano-British and prebook, which will be well illustrated, will be published by Mr. CF Wardley, ..."

2. Access to Air Travel for People with Reduced Mobility by European Civil Aviation Conference (1995)
"Airports and airlines need to devise a system of enabling people with disabilities to prebook particular seats. It would help everybody. ..."

3. General Laws, Resolutions, and Memorials of the Territory of Wyoming by Wyoming (1879)
"... pense of the county, proper ballot-boxes, blanks, poll paring for , ,-, , J i. 11 i 1 111 ,, ty clerk in prebook's, and other necessary election blanks, ..."

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