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pre
before,in front, superior
preamble
an introduction
precipice
a sheer cliff
precise
accurate
predilection
a partiality
predominant
superior
prehistory
before recorded history
prehensile
grasping
prenuptial
before marriage
preliterate
without writing
prevaricate
to equivocate
prestige
impressive reputation
prevail
to triumph
prescind
to detach or isolate
prelude
a priliminary part
prefigure
to foreshadow
premeditate
to plan
predestine
to foreordain
precis
a concise summary
preempt
replace
precipitous
rash or impetuous
presage
an omen