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Definition of "preexisted" [preexisted]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of preexist. (verb)

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Use "preexisted" in a sentence
  • "No continues effusive representative preexisted for the reason of illness, therein the merit of immediate disorder is negated."
  • "Many of these organizations preexisted the Tea Party movement -- many of them go all the way back to the Perot days."
  • "It is possible the toponym preexisted everything else, so we have Cyprus the place naming both the metal mined there and the tree grown there."