Definition of Prefade

1. to fade beforehand [v -FADED, -FADING, -FADES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prefade

prefabricated
prefabricates
prefabricating
prefabrication
prefabrications
prefabs
preface
prefaced
prefaceless
prefacer
prefacers
prefaces
prefacing
prefactor
prefactors
prefade (current term)
prefaded
prefades
prefading
prefard
prefascist
prefatigued
prefatorial
prefatorily
prefatory
prefect
prefectorial
prefects
prefectship
prefectships

Literary usage of Prefade

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1. Oxford and Working-class Education: Being the Report of a Joint Committee of by Workers' Educational Association, University of Oxford (1908)
"(3) Wordsworth's prefade. (5) Shelley's Hellas and Prometheus Unbound. (4) Byron's Childe Harold. Books required: — Coleridge : Dykes Campbell (5/8). ..."

2. Bibliotheca Cornubiensis: A Catalogue of the Writings, Both Manuscript and by George Clement Boase, William Prideaux Courtney (1874)
"... Illustrations, viii, prefade, p. 46 ; Didot Nouvel. Biog. Univ. ; Biog. Univ. ; N. and Q., 2 S., vii, 238, 322, (1859). The Retrospective Review. ..."

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