Definition of Prelusive

1. a. Of the nature of a prelude; introductory; indicating that something of a like kind is to follow.



Definition of Prelusive

1. Adjective. Acting as a prelude; preliminary. ¹

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Definition of Prelusive

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prelusive

prelude
preluded
preluder
preluders
preludes
preludi
preludial
preluding
preludio
prelumbar
prelumirhodopsin
prelunch
preluncheon
prelusion
prelusions
prelusive (current term)
prelusively
prelusory
prem
premade
premake
premakes
premaking
premalignant
premammalian
preman
premanufacture
premanufactured
premanufactures
premarital

Literary usage of Prelusive

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1. The Seasons by James Thomson, Patrick Murdoch (1842)
"prelusive drops, let all their moisture flow, In large effusion, o'er the freshen'cl world. The stealing shower is scarce to patter heard, By such as wander ..."

2. The Works of Francis Bacon, Lord Chancellor of England by Francis Bacon, Basil Montagu (1825)
"... in which I hope it is now established for " ever, hath had these prelusive changes in these " barren princes. Neither could I contain myself " here, ..."

3. Voices of Nature to Her Foster-child, the Soul of Man: A Series of Analogies by George Barrell Cheever (1852)
"The Letter and the Spirit—Processes of Pantheism and Atheism—Symphony of Nature prelusive to the great Religious Anthem. IN the teachings of Nature there is ..."

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