Definition of Preceptorials

1. preceptorial [n] - See also: preceptorial



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preceptorials

precentral
precentral gyrus
precentrix
precents
precepit
precepits
precept
precepted
preceptial
precepting
preception
preceptions
preceptive
preceptor
preceptorial
preceptorials (current term)
preceptories
preceptors
preceptorship
preceptorships
preceptory
preceptour
preceptress
preceptresses
precepts
preceramic
precertification
precertified
precertifies
precertify

Literary usage of Preceptorials

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1. Through College on Nothing a Year: Literally Recorded from a Student's Story by Christian Frederick Gauss (1915)
"... or lesson that was dry as dust, but out of most of them I got immense enjoyment, and especially, ever since my freshman year, out of my preceptorials. ..."

2. Through College on Nothing a Year: Literally Recorded from a Student's Story by Christian Frederick Gauss (1915)
"... or lesson that was dry as dust, but out of most of them I got immense enjoyment, and especially, ever since my freshman year, out of my preceptorials. ..."

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