Definition of Prebooking

1. Verb. (present participle of prebook) ¹



2. Noun. A booking made in advance. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Prebooking

1. prebook [v] - See also: prebook

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prebooking

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

Literary usage of Prebooking

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1. Forensic Mental Health: Working with Offenders with Mental Illnessby Gerald Landsberg, Amy Smiley, Civic Research Institute by Gerald Landsberg, Amy Smiley, Civic Research Institute (2001)
"... Violence 1-8 Failed Policy of Deinstitutionalization Led to Incarceration 1-9 Intervention, Diversion, and Evaluation 1-10 prebooking Diversion 1-11 ..."

2. Management and Supervision of Jail Inmates with Mental Disordersby Martin Drapkin, William C. Collins by Martin Drapkin, William C. Collins (1999)
"... 3-16 prebooking diversion programs, 3-16 Prescription medication. See Medication Pretrial detainees. See Detainees Privileged statements concept, ..."

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