Definition of Preconcerts

1. Noun. (plural of preconcert) ¹



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Definition of Preconcerts

1. preconcert [v] - See also: preconcert

Lexicographical Neighbors of Preconcerts

preconceive
preconceived
preconceived idea
preconceived notion
preconceived opinion
preconceives
preconceiving
preconcentrated
preconcentration
preconcentrations
preconception
preconceptions
preconcert
preconcerted
preconcerting
preconcerts (current term)
preconciliar
precondemn
precondemned
precondemning
precondemns
precondition
preconditioned
preconditioner
preconditioners
preconditioning
preconditions
preconference
preconfigure
preconfigured

Literary usage of Preconcerts

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

1. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1835)
"The same perfectly consistent individual, while he retains the title of his rank in England, lays it aside in France.and preconcerts with one of the ..."

2. The Ring and the Book by Robert Browning (1872)
"... I' the crisis ; might leaps vindicating right See how the strong aggressor, bad and bold, 690 With every vantage, preconcerts surprise, ..."

3. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1835)
"The same perfectly consistent individual, while he retains the title of his rank in England, lays it aside in France.and preconcerts with one of the ..."

4. The Ring and the Book by Robert Browning (1872)
"... I' the crisis ; might leaps vindicating right See how the strong aggressor, bad and bold, 690 With every vantage, preconcerts surprise, ..."

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