noun pre·audience \(ˈ)prē+\

Definition of preaudience

  1. :  the right to be heard before another is heard; specifically :  precedence at the bar among barristers and law officers

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Origin and Etymology of preaudience

pre- + audience

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to cast off or become cast off

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