Definition of Preplanned

1. Verb. (past of preplan) ¹



2. Adjective. planned in advance ¹

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Definition of Preplanned

1. preplan [v] - See also: preplan

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Preplanned

prephilatelic
prephilately
prephotographic
prepill
preplace
preplaced
preplaces
preplacing
preplan
preplanetary
preplanetary nebula
preplanetary nebulae
preplanetary nebulas
preplanetesimal
preplanetesimals
preplanned (current term)
preplanning
preplans
preplant
preplanting
preplating
preplayoff
prepollence
prepollent
prepolymer
prepolymers
preponder
preponderance
preponderance of evidence
preponderance of the evidence

Literary usage of Preplanned

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1. Hidden Death: Landmines and Civilian Casualties in Iraqi Kurdistan by Middle East Watch (Organization, Middle East Watch (Organization) (1992)
"The provision states that B[t]he parties to a conflict shall record the location of.. . all preplanned mine fields laid by them."111 Although the Land Mines ..."

2. The Military Dictionary (1987)
"See also air support preplanned mission request—(DOD) A request for an air ... JCS Pub 1-02 preplanned nuclear support—(DOD) Nuclear support planned in ..."

3. Firepower in Limited War by Robert H. Scales, Jr. (1990)
"As the name suggests, a preplanned request was used routinely for such ... The system was complex and cumbersome.78 A preplanned mission began the day ..."

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