premeditated[ pri-med-i-tey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF premeditated
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Or had it really been premeditated that he should fall into that camp?
He saw at once the premeditated and well-planned villany of Vargrave.
I dare say he did not think, for the killing of Michael was not premeditated.
She neither denied nor extenuated the crime, and she acknowledged it to have been premeditated.
And had he lied to her,—deceived her with a premeditated story which must have been full of lies?
There was little of premeditated propriety in his words or conduct.
And instead of these things he had encountered fraud and premeditated deceit.
I believe the bidding of this boy to be a premeditated swindle.
How could the thing have been premeditated when he did n't even know your father?
And I fear it will succeed in injuring the premeditated plans.