- v. present participle of prearrange.
“The word 'prearranging' appears both with and without a hyphen.”
“Here is the chance to make it all up to them by prearranging my own funeral, saving them from all the difficult decisions that they will eventually have to live with.”
“Students get together for cram sessions without ever prearranging the meetings by phone, they attend the first class of the semester already knowing everything about their professors and they go on dates with other students they've never met.”
“But there are cultures that attempt, shall we say, to demystify the process by prearranging a union.”
“In addressing the communications issues inherent in light/heavy or heavy/light operations, the commander may also consider altering radio net configurations and/or prearranging visual signals.”
“In such situations men like MacVeigh and Pelliter do not waste precious moments in prearranging actions in words.”
“The peculiar ability they show in prearranging ceremonials _fêtes_ of all kinds, and their undoubted genius for tactics and strategy, show that they are able to foresee effects with unusual clearness.”
“At this date, we likewise see at work the prearranging reasoning-faculty”
“Elinor would not attempt to disturb a solitude so reasonable as what she now sought; and with a mind anxiously prearranging its results, and a resolution of reviving the subject again, should Marianne fail to do it, she turned into the parlour to fulfill her parting injunction.”
“And the site earned a question at President Barack Obama's first press conference in 2009, although the prearranging of that question brought some criticism, too.”
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