Definition of Prebind

1. to bind in durable materials for library use [v -BOUND, -BINDING, -BINDS]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prebind

prebendates
prebendating
prebends
prebendship
prebendships
prebiblical
prebid
prebidden
prebidding
prebids
prebill
prebilled
prebilling
prebills
prebind (current term)
prebinding
prebinds
prebiologic
prebiological
prebiotic
prebiotic organic synthesis
prebiotically
prebiotics
prebirth
prebirths
preblended
prebless
preblessed
preblesses

Literary usage of Prebind

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1. Monumental Inscriptions in the Cathedral Church of Hereford by Francis Tebbs Havergal, Robert Clarke (1881)
"John Clark, prebind, dyed 9th day of Dec., 1712. AD 1730. Mr. William Griffiths was buried August 6th, from the Palace. Thomas Whitmore, Esq., was buried ..."

2. Catalyzing Inquiry at the Interface of Computing and Biology by John C. Wooley, Herbert Lin (2005)
"For example, PreBIND used support vector machines to help select abstracts likely to contain useful biomolecular interactions to 'backfill' the BIND ..."

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