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Definition of "preplanning" [preplanning]

  • Planning conducted in advance (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "preplanning" in a sentence
  • "I have learned the hard way, after way too many years of stress: that preplanning is the way to go."
  • "Knowlege and preplanning will give you peace of mind, and with God's Grace, you can send your Dad home with a great big grin and many happy memories at the end of his visit with you this winter."
  • "And to prolong any show longer than it naturally demands, I think one needs preplanning - and I think if BSG made any mistake in taking the show to four seasons, it was not structuring itself to manage such a difficult task with a show that is naturally too tense, too depressing and too confined to make such a journey ad hoc."