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Definition of "premeal" []

  • Of the period before a meal (adjective)

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Use "premeal" in a sentence
  • "Being a minister, Walt often said premeal prayers."
  • "When the premeal homilies begin to wander from the point, one parent or the other will take a loud, deep breath and start singing:"
  • "Missing from the AFB's list are premeal snacks for the noshing and grazing you'll do throughout the day — there are three National Football League games on Thursday, after all — and beverages, including wine and beer (again, there's football to watch)."
  • "For example, a turkey pot pie will take care of some of the leftover bird and the vegetables from a premeal crudité platter."