Definition of Preconizes

1. preconize [v] - See also: preconize



Lexicographical Neighbors of Preconizes

preconfigured
preconfigures
preconfiguring
preconform
preconformational
preconformed
preconforming
preconformity
preconforms
precongruence
precongruences
preconization
preconizations
preconize
preconized
preconizes (current term)
preconizing
preconquest
preconscious
preconsciouses
preconsciously
preconsent
preconsign
preconsigned
preconsolidated
preconsonantal
preconsonantally
preconstitute
preconstituted
preconstitutes

Literary usage of Preconizes

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

1. The History of Normandy and of England by Francis Palgrave (1857)
"An author sins against good taste, — or is thought to do so, — if he preconizes the importance of his self-imposed labour, but he may be permitted to allude ..."

2. The Vatican: The Center of Government of the Catholic World by Edmond Hugues de Ragnau (1913)
"But the nomination of residential bishops administering a diocese is always submitted to Rome, which alone preconizes them. The Hungarian episcopate enjoys ..."

3. An Inquiry Into Certain Vulgar Opinions Concerning the Catholic Inhabitants by John Milner (1808)
"... which error Dr. Ledwich so frequently preconizes ; the latter was a Valentinian heretic, and a precursor of Manes, in denying that God created whatever ..."

4. In the Garret by Carl Van Vechten (1920)
"The music of Patience in some respects is the very loveliest Sullivan ever wrote, but its performance preconizes difficulties quite beyond the powers of a ..."

5. The History of Normandy and of England by Francis Palgrave (1857)
"An author sins against good taste, — or is thought to do so, — if he preconizes the importance of his self-imposed labour, but he may be permitted to allude ..."

6. The Vatican: The Center of Government of the Catholic World by Edmond Hugues de Ragnau (1913)
"But the nomination of residential bishops administering a diocese is always submitted to Rome, which alone preconizes them. The Hungarian episcopate enjoys ..."

7. An Inquiry Into Certain Vulgar Opinions Concerning the Catholic Inhabitants by John Milner (1808)
"... which error Dr. Ledwich so frequently preconizes ; the latter was a Valentinian heretic, and a precursor of Manes, in denying that God created whatever ..."

8. In the Garret by Carl Van Vechten (1920)
"The music of Patience in some respects is the very loveliest Sullivan ever wrote, but its performance preconizes difficulties quite beyond the powers of a ..."

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