Preindesignate
Preindesignate Pre`in*des"ig*nate, a. (Logic.) Having no sign expressive of quantity; indefinite. See {Predesignate}. [1913 Webster]

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  • Predesignate — Pre*des ig*nate, a. (Logic) A term used by Sir William Hamilton to define propositions having their quantity indicated by a verbal sign; as, all, none, etc.; contrasted with preindesignate, defining propositions of which the quantity is not so… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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