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Definition of "prefatorial" [pref•a•to•ri•al]

  • Prefatory (adjective)

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Use "prefatorial" in a sentence
  • "As a celebrated milestone in the development of British Romanticism, Wordsworth's prefatorial success lay in his proposal of a new artistic mechanism."
  • "Up to 1940, when his writings held many gifts of my help, he found satisfaction in prefatorial thanks-paying."
  • ""Worn out by what was really never life to him," is a prefatorial phrase I recall."
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