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Definition of "prearranged" [prearranged]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of prearrange. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "prearranged" in a sentence
  • "I read that Jeanne wrote letters in prearranged code: Any sentence followed by a carefully inked cross was a lie, her friends knew."
  • "The company has reached a so-called "prearranged" deal with creditors under which Harry & David would convert its bond debt to equity, one of these people said."
  • "In the past several days, congressional representatives have met with bankers and bankruptcy experts to discuss the possibility of a so-called prearranged bankruptcy for either GM or Chrysler, these people said."