Definition of Prelectors

1. Noun. (plural of prelector) ¹



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Definition of Prelectors

1. prelector [n] - See also: prelector

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prelectors

prelaunch
prelaunched
prelaunches
prelaunching
prelaw
prelease
preleased
preleases
preleasing
prelect
prelected
prelecting
prelection
prelections
prelector
prelectors (current term)
prelects
prelegal
prelegislation
prelegislative
prelibation
prelibations
preliberal
preliberation
prelicensing
prelife
prelight
prelighted
prelighting
prelights

Literary usage of Prelectors

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1. Statutes Made for the University of Oxford, and for the Colleges and Halls by University of Oxford Commissioners (1882)
"Age and Stipend of Scholars. Tenure of Scholarships. Report of Tutors and prelectors. Election to Scholar- Notice of Election. Examination for Scholarships. ..."

2. American Journal of Education (1855-1882). (1877)
"... the real teaching of the undergraduate members is done by College Tutors and prelectors, and by a class of special trainers known as Private Tutors, ..."

3. History of the Christian Church by John Fletcher Hurst (1897)
"... while other portions of Scripture, ns subordinate, were assigned to prelectors. During this period the office of deaconess lost its importance. ..."

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