Definition of Precures

1. precure [v] - See also: precure



Lexicographical Neighbors of Precures

precrisis
precritical
precrural
precrystallization
precubist
preculture
precultured
precultures
preculturing
precumming
precums
precuneus
precure
precured
precures (current term)
precuring
precurrer
precurrers
precurse
precursed
precurses
precursing
precursive
precursor
precursor tip
precursors
precursorship
precursorships
precursory

Literary usage of Precures

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

1. The history of the revolutions that happened in the government of the Roman by René Aubert de Vertot d'Aubeuf (1721)
"precures the People to grant him the Government of Gallia Cis-alpina, which the Senate had refus'd him, 14. 2178. Takes arms, in order to drive ..."

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