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presentient

adjective pre·sen·tient \pri-ˈsen(t)-sh(ē-)ənt, ˈprē-; pri-ˈzen(t)-\

Definition of PRESENTIENT

:  having a presentiment

Origin of PRESENTIENT

Latin praesentient-, praesentiens, present participle of praesentire
First Known Use: 1814

Rhymes with PRESENTIENT

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