Definition of Preconceptions

1. Noun. (plural of preconception) ¹



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Definition of Preconceptions

1. preconception [n] - See also: preconception

Lexicographical Neighbors of Preconceptions

precomputes
precomputing
preconceit
preconceits
preconceive
preconceived
preconceived idea
preconceived notion
preconceived opinion
preconceives
preconceiving
preconcentrated
preconcentration
preconcentrations
preconception
preconceptions (current term)
preconcert
preconcerted
preconcerting
preconcerts
preconciliar
precondemn
precondemned
precondemning
precondemns
precondition
preconditioned
preconditioner
preconditioners
preconditioning

Literary usage of Preconceptions

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. An Encyclopedist of the Dark Ages: Isidore of Seville by Ernest Brehaut (1912)
"Furthermore, even in writers far more consecutive in their thinking than Isidore, there are often fundamental preconceptions which are naively taken for ..."

2. The People's Bible: Discourses Upon Holy Scripture by Joseph Parker (1888)
"THE DANGER OP preconceptions. " T) EHOLD, I thought, he will surely come out to me, and JD stand, and call on the name of the Lord his God, and strike his ..."

3. Freedom of Mind in Willing: Or, Every Being that Wills a Creative First Cause by Rowland Gibson Hazard (1865)
"The foreknowledge of God has the same relation to His action, that the preconceptions of man have to his. * See Appendix, Note XLVIII. ..."

4. The Church, a Community Force: A Story of the Development of the Community by Worth Marion Tippy (1914)
"... preconceptions WHEN I came to Cleveland, nine years ago, it was with positive convictions as to what a church ought to be in relation to its community. ..."

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