prerehearsal

adjective
pre·re·hears·al | \ ˌprē-ri-ˈhər-səl \
variants: or pre-rehearsal

Definition of prerehearsal 

: of, occurring in, or done in the time before a rehearsal a prerehearsal brunch prerehearsal interviews Another important prerehearsal consideration for a choral conductor is the rehearsal space and its characteristics. —Jeffrey L. Webb

First Known Use of prerehearsal

1903, in the meaning defined above

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