prearrangement[ pree-uh-reynj ]SEE DEFINITION OF prearrangement
Synonyms for prearrangement | as indecision
- the call
- the nod
Antonyms for prearrangement | as indecision
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREARRANGEMENT
It was rather their prearrangement than their wills that moved them to action.
They had met by prearrangement on the street outside the Monaldeschi palace.
When he did, his gaze rested, as though by prearrangement, on her.
There was no prearrangement or system about it and no “French” excitement.
As if by prearrangement, Benny Smith came out of the building.
Moa had been near him; and as though by prearrangement with him she now accosted me.
At the instant she spoke the men moved as though by prearrangement.
This meeting seemed to have been the result of prearrangement, so natural did the precise moment of stopping appear.
It was plain to the boy that the soldier of fortune was convinced that he and Pennington were there by prearrangement.
Yet she believed that this prearrangement of events was not so rigid as to exclude a certain amount of free will.