preannounce

verb
pre·an·nounce | \ ˌprē-ə-ˈnau̇n(t)s \
variants: or pre-announce
preannounced or pre-announced; preannouncing or pre-announcing

Definition of preannounce 

transitive verb

: to announce (something) in advance a preannounced visit As a general matter, we will not preannounce details of upcoming products. —Shai Gozani

Other words from preannounce

preannouncement \ˌprē-ə-ˈnau̇n(t)s-mənt \ or pre-announcement noun plural preannouncements or pre-announcements
Of course, there was the usual blather and hype—the usual preannouncement of products in anticipation of a Christmas rollout. —Scott Mace et al.

First Known Use of preannounce

1793, in the meaning defined above

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