preparative[ pri-par-uh-tiv, -pair- ]SEE DEFINITION OF preparative
Synonyms for preparative
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREPARATIVE
But the preparative for a public appearance is not yet complete.
Every thing that met the eye in Paris was a preparative for war.
Worming is generally resorted to as a preparative for serving.
This action is also a preparative to a renewal of the gracious experience.
May not this stage of being then be only an introduction to a preparative for another?
Holy living is the best, the only, preparative for holy dying.
And their love to you is as great a preparative to your success.
Is this, my dear, preparative to the conversation you led me to expect in the dining-room?
When a "Preparative" flag was hoisted with a signal it denoted that the order was not to be immediately obeyed.
At that instant the slaves appeared, bearing a tray covered with the first preparative initia of the feast.