Definition of Preluding

1. Verb. (present participle of prelude) ¹



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Definition of Preluding

1. prelude [v] - See also: prelude

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preluding

prelocalizations
prelocate
prelocated
prelocates
prelocating
prelockout
prelogical
preloved
prelude
preluded
preluder
preluders
preludes
preludi
preludial
preluding (current term)
preludio
prelumbar
prelumirhodopsin
prelunch
preluncheon
prelusion
prelusions
prelusive
prelusively
prelusory
prem
premade
premake
premakes

Literary usage of Preluding

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1. The Fairfax Correspondence: Memoirs of the Reign of Charles the First by George William Johnson (1848)
"... at their own charge — preluding Proclamation— List of " Gests "—Nobles attending—Laud joins the King—Hospitality on the road— Letters of Sir J. Melton, ..."

2. Pius the Ninth by John Francis Maguire (1878)
"Falsehood preluding Violence.—The Deed of Infamy.—The Holy Father's Letter to Kanzler.—The Pope's Farewell to his Soldiers.—'Fanatics' and 'Mercenaries. ..."

3. A Sketch of a Philosophy by John Gibson Macvicar (1874)
"Now, in such a structure do we not see the preluding of such living beings as ... And may not these be taken as the preluding of bacteria and vibrios in the ..."

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