Definition of Prepurchase

1. Adjective. Prior to purchase. ¹



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Definition of Prepurchase

1. [v -CHASED, -CHASING, -CHASES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prepurchase

prepublication
prepublications
prepublicity
prepuces
prepueblo
prepulse
prepunch
prepunched
prepunches
prepunching
prepupa
prepupae
prepupal
prepupas
prepurchase (current term)
prepurchased
prepurchases
prepurchasing
preputial
prepyloric vein
prequalified
prequalifies
prequalify
prequalifying
prequantum
prequel
prequels
prequential
prerace

Literary usage of Prepurchase

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1. Privatization of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: Desirability and Feasibility by Harold L. Bunce (1997)
"The mortgage industry recognizes that a "full-cycle" lending approach that includes prepurchase education and early delinquency counseling is needed to ..."

2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in Ohio Courts of Record by Robert D. Handy, William Disney (1897)
"The limitations of the statute are dependent on no conditions, either of public policy, self-protection, prepurchase of a ticket, or otherwise, ..."

3. Purchase Cards: Control Weaknesses Leave Army Vulnerable to Fraud, Waste by Gregory D. Kutz, Ronald Damien Malfi (2002)
"Precisely because these types of purchases tend to raise questions and subject the Army to criticism, they require a higher level of prepurchase review and ..."

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