Definition of Presell

1. Verb. To sell or obtain commitments to buy in advance of a formal offer to sell. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Presell

1. to promote a product not yet being sold to the public [v -SOLD, -SELLING, -SELLS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Presell

presecurity
preseed
preseeded
preseeding
preseedings
preseeds
preseismic
preselect
preselected
preselecting
preselection
preselections
preselector
preselectors
preselects
presell (current term)
preselling
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presence
presence chamber
presence of mind
presences
presenescent
presenile
presenile dementia
presenilin
presenilins
presensation
presensations

Literary usage of Presell

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1. A List of the Lancashire Wills Proved Within the Archdeaconry of Richmond by Henry Fishwick, Somerset House (1884)
"... husbandman, A 1633 Croft, Robert, of Littledale, L Admon 1675 Croft, Robert, of Warton, K Tuôn Bond 1651 Croft, Simon, of presell, A Admon 1670 Croft, ..."

2. Racing Calendar for ...Horse racing, Great Britain (1864)
"... presell[( within aq larter ihe Course ^^ег ,),е race. The home claimed »hall not be Ot an "°'?rt¡|| he is paid for ..."

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