Definition of Prewarning

1. Verb. (present participle of prewarn) ¹



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Definition of Prewarning

1. prewarn [v] - See also: prewarn

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prewarning

prevocalically
prevocational
prevote
prevoyant
prevue
prevued
prevues
prevuing
prewar
prewarm
prewarmed
prewarming
prewarms
prewarn
prewarned
prewarning (current term)
prewarns
prewash
prewashed
prewashes
prewashing
preweaning
prewedding
preweigh
preweighed
preweighing
preweighs
preweight
preweighted
preweighting

Literary usage of Prewarning

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1. Chinese Views of Future Warfare by Michael Pillsbury (1997)
"The second initiative is to emphasize the global prewarning system to provide prewarning support for defense in North America. ..."

2. Seven Days of the Scepter by J T Watz (2007)
"Any attempt of a prewarning on my part would have put you on the defensive. At this point they think they got the better of you, which is the way we want it ..."

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