Definition of "preconcerted" [pre•con•cert•ed]

  • Agreed upon in advance. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "preconcerted" in a sentence
  • "He said that if I assented to this arrangement, he would require all of his people except the objectionable man to run to the right of his line at a preconcerted signal."
  • "It was preconcerted that as soon as they were seated they were to throw aside their veils and strike home."
  • "One other circumstance is worthy of remark; and that is, that from the moment of their first outbreak at Westminster, every symptom of order or preconcerted arrangement among them vanished."