Definition of Preestablishes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of preestablish) ¹



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Definition of Preestablishes

1. preestablish [v] - See also: preestablish

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preestablishes

preengaging
preening
preeningly
preenings
preenrollment
preens
preequilibrated
preequilibrium
preerect
preerected
preerecting
preerects
prees
preestablish
preestablished
preestablishes (current term)
preestablishing
preestablishment
preeternity
preethical
preeve
preeved
preeves
preeving
preexamination
preexaminations
preexamine
preexamined
preexamines
preexamining

Literary usage of Preestablishes

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1. Literary Criticisms and Other Papers by Horace Binney Wallace (1856)
"If the elaboration imputed to Mr. Macready be really undergone by him, it only proves that he is a man of consummate genius, who preestablishes such a ..."

2. General Principles of the Philosophy of Nature: With an Outline of Some of by John Bernhard Stallo (1848)
"... its unity from external multiplicity, and preestablishes the two as different, — the former as abstract generality or universality, the formal "idem" of ..."

3. Realistic Idealism in Philosophy Itself by Nathaniel Holmes (1888)
"It is this same causality which preestablishes the restrictive necessity (the special concept) as means. The End is not properly this essence at all; ..."

4. A Theodicy: Or, Vindication of the Divine Glory, as Manifested in the by Albert Taylor Bledsoe (1854)
"But the future, say they, is necessary, either because the Divinity foresees all things, and even preestablishes them in governing the universe ; or because ..."

5. A Theodicy: Or, Vindication of the Divine Glory, as Manifested in the by Albert Taylor Bledsoe (1854)
"... and even preestablishes them in governing the universe ; or because all things necessarily come to pass by a concatenation of causes. ..."

6. A Theodicy: Or, Vindication of the Divine Glory, as Manifested in the by Albert Taylor Bledsoe (1856)
"But the future, say they, is necessary, either because the Divinity foresees all things, and even preestablishes them in governing the universe ; or because ..."

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