Prede
Prede Prede, v. i. [L. praedari. See {Prey}.] To prey; to plunder. [Obs.] --Holinshed. [1913 Webster]

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  • Prede — Prede, n. Prey; plunder; booty. [Obs.] Holinshed. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • prede — prede; prede·ces·sor; …   English syllables

  • préde — see prýte …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • prede — verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: Latin praeda booty, plunder more at prey obsolete : plunder …   Useful english dictionary

  • prejudiced — predÊ’É™dɪst adj. biased, having preconceived opinions, predisposed to a particular viewpoint prej·u·dice || predÊ’ÊŠdɪs n. preconceived opinion, bias; prejudgment, sentence passed before proper examination of the circumstances v. express a… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • predator — predÉ™tÉ™(r) n. hunter, creature which hunts other creatures for food …   English contemporary dictionary

  • predatorily — predÉ™tÉ”rɪlɪ / trɪ adv. in a predatory manner; predaciously, in the manner of hunting other animals for food; exploitively, while taking advantage of others …   English contemporary dictionary

  • predatoriness — predÉ™tÉ”rɪnɪs / trɪ n. practice of hunting other creatures for food; practice of stealing and taking advantage of others …   English contemporary dictionary

  • predators — predÉ™tÉ™(r) n. hunter, creature which hunts other creatures for food …   English contemporary dictionary

  • predicability — predɪkÉ™ bɪlÉ™tɪ n. ability to be set, ability to be determined; ability to be verified, ability to be authenticated …   English contemporary dictionary

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