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prelusive

See definition of prelusive on Dictionary.com
  • as inintroductory
  • as inpreparatory
  • as inprolegomenous

synonyms for prelusive

  • inaugural
  • preparatory
  • anterior
  • basic
  • beginning
  • early
  • elementary
  • incipient
  • inductive
  • initial
  • initiatory
  • opening
  • original
  • precursory
  • prefatory
  • preparative
  • primary
  • prior
  • proemial
  • provisional
  • rudimentary
  • starting

antonyms for prelusive

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  • concluding
  • ending
  • final
  • finishing
  • last
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    How to use prelusive in a sentence

    During an entire generation they furnished the arena for the prelusive strife of that war.
    THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 20, NO. 122, DECEMBER, 1867VARIOUS
    The first three lectures were designed to be preparatory and prelusive.
    MODERN SKEPTICISMC. J. ELLICOTT
    I have described the gorgeousness of my expectations in those early days of my prelusive acquaintance with German literature.
    THE COLLECTED WRITING OF THOMAS DE QUINCEY, VOL. IITHOMAS DE QUINCEY
    We hope to find that the last essay, upon the "Moral Ideal," is prelusive to another effort in this direction.
    THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 16, NO. 95, SEPTEMBER 1865VARIOUS
    In prelusive ways, it has wrought in the world from its foundation, and since the fall of man.
    THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: EPHESIANSG. G. FINDLAY
    His prelusive sentiments are sometimes far-fetched, and converge not with a natural declination into the focus of epigram.
    THE LIVES OF THE TWELVE CAESARS, COMPLETEC. SUETONIUS TRANQUILLUS
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    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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    capacitor

    WORDS RELATED TO PRELUSIVE

    • anterior
    • basic
    • beginning
    • early
    • elementary
    • inaugural
    • incipient
    • inductive
    • initial
    • initiatory
    • opening
    • original
    • precursory
    • prefatory
    • prelusive
    • preparative
    • preparatory
    • primary
    • prior
    • proemial
    • provisional
    • rudimentary
    • starting
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.