Definition of probouleutic
: concerned with preliminary discussion of and deliberation on something (as a legal measure) later to be submitted to another body of voters the probouleutic senate of ancient Athens
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Origin and Etymology of probouleutic
from (assumed) Greek probouleutos (verbal of probouleuein to pass a preliminary decree, from pro- 1pro- + bouleuein to take counsel, deliberate, from boulē will, counsel) + English -ic
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