presension

noun pre·sen·sion \ prēˈsenchən \

Definition of presension

plural -s
archaic
:presensation
  • appeared to have a very decided presension of his untimely death
  • —E. A. Seymour

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Origin and Etymology of presension

Latin praesension-, praesensio, from praesensus (past participle of praesentire to perceive beforehand) + -ion-, -io -ion


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