adjective pre·cep·to·ri·al \pri-ˌsep-ˈtr-ē-əl, ˌprē-\

Definition of PRECEPTORIAL

:  of, relating to, or making use of preceptors

First Known Use of PRECEPTORIAL

circa 1741



Definition of PRECEPTORIAL

:  a college course that emphasizes independent reading, discussion in small groups, and individual conferences with the teacher

First Known Use of PRECEPTORIAL

circa 1952


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