Definition of Prolegomenous

1. Adjective. (literary) Introductory; functioning as a preface or prolegomenon. ¹



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Definition of Prolegomenous

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prolegomenous

prolaticity
prolating
prolation
prolations
prolative
prolative case
prolative cases
prole
proled
proleg
prolegate
prolegates
prolegomena
prolegomenary
prolegomenon
prolegomenous (current term)
prolegs
prolepses
prolepsis
proleptic
proleptical
proleptically
proleptics
proler
prolers
proles
proletaneous
proletarian
proletarianise
proletarianised

Literary usage of Prolegomenous

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1. "Virginibus Puerisque" and Other Papers by Robert Louis Stevenson (1910)
"And yet while the curt, pithy speaker misses the point entirely, a wordy, prolegomenous babbler wiH often add three new offences in the process of excusing ..."

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