Definition of Prefile

1. to file beforehand [v -FILED, -FILING, -FILES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prefile

prefidence
prefidences
prefident
prefight
prefiguration
prefigurations
prefigurative
prefiguratively
prefigure
prefigured
prefigurement
prefigurements
prefigures
prefiguring
prefigurings
prefile (current term)
prefiled
prefiles
prefiling
prefill
prefilled
prefilling
prefills
prefilm
prefilter
prefiltered
prefiltering
prefilters
prefinance
prefinanced

Literary usage of Prefile

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Annual Report by New York and Erie Railroad Company (1849)
"Herewith are submitted a map and profile, marked A, of the Nineveh and Susquehanna lines; a map and prefile marked B, of the Sullivan county and Delaware ..."

2. Dramatic Criticism by James Thomas Grein (1902)
"So the little post mistress, who might have been a sister of the clever little prefile in the " Lion Hunters ..."

3. Report of the United States Deep Waterways Commission, Prepared at Detroit by United States Deep Waterways Commission, James Burrill Angell, John Edwards Russell, Lyman Edgar Cooley (1897)
"The explanations necessary to the understanding of each prefile and map of the series are entered thereon. These notes add such further memoranda as will ..."

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