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prevenient

adjective pre·ve·nient \pri-ˈvēn-yənt\

Definition of PREVENIENT

pre·ve·nient·ly adverb

Origin of PREVENIENT

Latin praevenient-, praeveniens, present participle of praevenire
First Known Use: circa 1656

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July 01, 2015
precarious Hear it
not certain, secure, or steady
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