preconstructed

adjective pre·con·struct·ed \ ˌprē-kən-ˈstrək-təd \
variants: or pre-constructed

Definition of preconstructed

1 : constructed before purchase or use
  • preconstructed homes
  • attaching preconstructed panels to a frame
  • "… I'm not one to pick up my phone while training clients, but at least I can respond with a quick preconstructed text from my watch … "
  • —Kira Stokes
  • … there will be two new 60-card preconstructed theme decks that will help introduce players to Pokémon TCG …
  • —Alex Seedhouse
2 : formed prior to actual knowledge or experience
  • … her stories push the boundaries of preconstructed female identities.
  • —J. C. Gabel

preconstruction

play \ˌprē-kən-ˈstrək-shən\ or pre-construction adjective
    • preconstruction planning/testing
    • He thought the preconstruction business strange, the idea of selling someone an apartment they'd never even seen, based completely on glossy brochures … and promises.
    • —George Tucker

First Known Use of preconstructed

1917

in the meaning defined at sense 1

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