Definition of Preconizing

1. preconize [v] - See also: preconize



Lexicographical Neighbors of Preconizing

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

Literary usage of Preconizing

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

1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Certainly, from the East came much of the mystic Dualism, enjoining penance, focusing attention beyond the grave, preconizing purity of all sorts (even that ..."

2. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Certainly, from the East came much of the mystic Dualism, enjoining penance, focusing attention beyond the grave, preconizing purity of all sorts (even that ..."

3. Vestiges of Civilization: Or, The Aetiology of History, Religious by James O'Connell (1851)
"But, all in preconizing, with the usual enthusiasm of half-knowledge, this experimental phase of Induction as the sole method of all science, ..."

4. Christianity and Modern Civilization: Being Some Chapters in European by William Samuel Lilly (1903)
"We do not find any of its occupants, in those far-off days, appointing Patriarchs, " preconizing" Bishops, or summoning a General Council—as yet, ..."

5. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Certainly, from the East came much of the mystic Dualism, enjoining penance, focusing attention beyond the grave, preconizing purity of all sorts (even that ..."

6. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Certainly, from the East came much of the mystic Dualism, enjoining penance, focusing attention beyond the grave, preconizing purity of all sorts (even that ..."

7. Vestiges of Civilization: Or, The Aetiology of History, Religious by James O'Connell (1851)
"But, all in preconizing, with the usual enthusiasm of half-knowledge, this experimental phase of Induction as the sole method of all science, ..."

8. Christianity and Modern Civilization: Being Some Chapters in European by William Samuel Lilly (1903)
"We do not find any of its occupants, in those far-off days, appointing Patriarchs, " preconizing" Bishops, or summoning a General Council—as yet, ..."

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