Definition of Presummit

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Presummit

presulfided
presulfiding
presulfidings
presumable
presumably
presume
presumed
presumed(a)
presumedly
presumer
presumers
presumes
presuming
presumingly
presummer
presummit (current term)
presummits
presumption
presumptions
presumptious
presumptive
presumptively
presumptuous
presumptuously
presumptuousness
presupernova
presupposal
presupposals
presuppose
presupposed

Literary usage of Presummit

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1. U. S. Postal Service: Little Progress Made in Addressing Persistent Labor by Teresa L. Anderson, Billy W. Scott, Robert Kigerl (1999)
"Also, in March 1997, the Director of FMCS told us that another presummit is currently being scheduled to provide the other five affected parties an ..."

2. Defense Policy in the Reagan Administration edited by William P. Snyder, James Brown (1997)
"This presummit linkage of Soviet Third World activities, especially in Afghanistan, the Persian Gulf, and Central America appears to have moderated since ..."

3. Hostage to Revolution: Gorbachev and Soviet Security Policy, 1985-1991 by Coit D. Blacker (1993)
"... spokesmen for the two governments announced that Reagan and Gorbachev would come together in Iceland on October 11 and 12 for a "presummit" session. ..."

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