Definition of Prebill

1. to bill beforehand [v -ED, -ING, -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prebill

prebendaryship
prebendaryships
prebendate
prebendated
prebendates
prebendating
prebends
prebendship
prebendships
prebiblical
prebid
prebidden
prebidding
prebids
prebill (current term)
prebilled
prebilling
prebills
prebind
prebinding
prebinds
prebiologic
prebiological
prebiotic
prebiotic organic synthesis
prebiotically
prebiotics
prebirth
prebirths

Literary usage of Prebill

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1. United States Supreme Court Reports by United States Supreme Court, Walter Malins Rose, Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, LEXIS Law Publishing (1901)
"With re- tice to Smith & Co. of the dereliction of the spect to the ship, notwithstanding I have a return voyage in due time to save that prebill of sale ..."

2. Archaeologia Cantiana by Kent Archaeological Society (1893)
"... or " Sande and prebill." The sand was of course for the mortar, the pebbles were probably used with the sand for concrete, or if large for filling up ..."

3. Richmond, Virginia: Report on a Survey of the City Government by Civic association of Richmond, Va (1917)
"... real and personal State tax books prior to September, so that he can have ample time to prebill before November 1, the date the State taxes become due. ..."

4. City and County of Denver: Report on a Survey of Certain Departments by Colorado Taxpayers Protective League (1914)
"... be obtained for making taxes payable 30 or 40 days later than at present so as to afford time at the beginning of the year in which to prebill taxes. ..."

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