- pre- + knowledge (Wiktionary)
“Kganare said it appeared that the suspects in most cases gained preknowledge of the situation and circumstances on targeted farms.”
“Each of them gives more value, however, than its preknowledge predecessor.”
“Only by preknowledge of great importance can one defend oneself against fate.”
“In spite of his preknowledge, he deliberately jumped and snarled as if in fear.”
“You made a claim about prayers coming true being unlikely; that’s in the same category as a claim the George Bush had preknowledge of 9/11.”
“No ceremony, for example, should be held without the prefect’s preknowledge.”
“Troy was sure she hadn’t concocted this impression and she didn’t think it stemmed from preknowledge.”
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