Preremote
Preremote Pre`re*mote, a. More remote in previous time or prior order. [1913 Webster]

In some cases two more links of causation may be introduced; one of them may be termed the preremote cause, the other the postremote effect. --E. Darwin. [1913 Webster]


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  • preremote — adjective More remote in previous time or prior order …   Wiktionary

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