Prelimit Pre*lim"it, v. t. To limit previously. [R.] [1913 Webster]

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  • prelimit — prelimitation, n. /pree lim it/, v.t. to limit within bounds beforehand: The chairman prelimited his speech to 10 minutes. [1630 40; PRE + LIMIT] * * * …   Universalium

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  • prelimit — pre·limit …   English syllables

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  • circumscribe — [v] mark off, delimit bar, bound, confine, define, delineate, demarcate, encircle, enclose, encompass, environ, girdle, hamper, hem in*, limit, nail down*, outline, prelimit, restrain, restrict, surround, trammel; concepts 18,130 Ant. free, loose …   New thesaurus

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