Definition of Preconcert

1. v. t. To concert or arrange beforehand; to settle by previous agreement.



2. n. Something concerted or arranged beforehand; a previous agreement.

Definition of Preconcert

1. Adjective. Occurring before or in preparation for a concert ¹

2. Noun. Something concerted or arranged beforehand; a previous agreement. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Preconcert

1. [v -ED, -ING, -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Preconcert

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preconceit
preconceits
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preconceived idea
preconceived notion
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preconcentrations
preconception
preconceptions
preconcert (current term)
preconcerted
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Literary usage of Preconcert

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

1. Report of the Joint Select Committee Appointed to Inquire Into the Condition by Luke Potter Poland, John Scott (1872)
"I am just as sure as I am looking you in the eye that there was no preconcert—none in the world. The white people had no more anticipation of the difficulty ..."

2. The American Law Journal by John Elihu Hall (1813)
"A riot, it is said, requires a preconcert, or a design previously conceived, ... If it require preconcert on the part of those who create the disturbance, ..."

3. American law reports annotated (1921)
"There was, of course, preconcert in Reg. v. Young (1838) 8 Car. & P. (Eng.) 644, where it was held that attending a duel in company with the one who fired ..."

4. Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session by United States Congress. Senate (1872)
"I am just as sure as 1 am looking you in the eye that there was no preconcert—none ill the world. The white people had no шого anticipation of the ..."

5. Report of the Joint Select Committee Appointed to Inquire Into the Condition by Luke Potter Poland, John Scott (1872)
"I am just as sure as I am looking you in the eye that there was no preconcert—none in the world. The white people had no more anticipation of the difficulty ..."

6. The American Law Journal by John Elihu Hall (1813)
"A riot, it is said, requires a preconcert, or a design previously conceived, ... If it require preconcert on the part of those who create the disturbance, ..."

7. American law reports annotated (1921)
"There was, of course, preconcert in Reg. v. Young (1838) 8 Car. & P. (Eng.) 644, where it was held that attending a duel in company with the one who fired ..."

8. Reports of Committees: 30th Congress, 1st Session by United States Congress. Senate (1872)
"I am just as sure as 1 am looking you in the eye that there was no preconcert—none ill the world. The white people had no шого anticipation of the ..."

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