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Definition of "preambulatory" []

  • Preceding; going before; introductory. (adjective)

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Use "preambulatory" in a sentence
  • "You do still see it though; classic Epic Fantasy (or Epic SF, for that matter), with its wandering PoV — pseudo-omniscient, multiple third person, or some hamfisted hybrid of the two — seems to have inherited that preambulatory approach, and where it lays out the equilibrium of the worldscape it seems to do so even more distinctly."
  • "The joke is that this is the usual preambulatory statement to something subtly racist or anti-semitic."
  • "Personality was shaped by socioenvironmental influences, and psychiatry had to emphasize as well the problems of the “ambulatory ill and the preambulatory ill those whose probability of breakdown is high.”"
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