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Pregravitate(v. i.) To descend by gravity; to sink. ...
Pregustant(a.) Tasting beforehand; having a foretaste. ...
Pregustation(n.) The act of tasting beforehand; foretaste. ...
Prehallux(n.) An extra first toe, or rudiment of a ...
Prehend(v. t.) To lay hold of; to seize. ...
Prehensi-ble(a.) Capable of being seized. ...
Prehensile(n.) Adapted to seize or grasp; seizing; grasping; as, ...
Prehension(n.) The act of taking hold, seizing, or grasping, ...
Prehensory(a.) Adapted to seize or grasp; prehensile. ...
Prehistoric(a.) Of or pertaining to a period before written ...
 
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