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preverbal

preverbal

adjective pre·ver·bal \(ˌ)prē-ˈvər-bəl\

Definition of PREVERBAL

1
:  occurring before the verb
2
:  having not yet acquired the faculty of speech <a preverbal child>

First Known Use of PREVERBAL

1921

Rhymes with PREVERBAL

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