Definition of Prenting

1. prent [v] - See also: prent



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prenting

prenotify
prenotifying
prenotion
prenotions
prensation
prensations
prent
prented
prentice
prenticed
prenticehood
prentices
prenticeship
prenticeships
prenticing
prenting (current term)
prents
prenubile
prenuclear
prenucleation
prenumber
prenumbered
prenumbering
prenumbers
prenunciation
prenunciations
prenup
prenups
prenuptial
prenuptial agreement

Literary usage of Prenting

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1. The Historie of Scotland by John Leslie, James Dalrymple, E. G. Cody (1895)
"At this tyme the arte of prenting began in the citie The ane of Me«ts in Germanie, ... 25 in his promises. prenting ML King Henrie of ..."

2. Ancient Criminal Trials in Scotland: Compiled from the Original Records and by Robert Pitcairn (1833)
"... caning and prenting of xxx ... prenting and calling in calmis' of trie, fillit with calk/ within the place of ..."

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