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prelusive

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of prelusive

  1. coming before the main part or item usually to introduce or prepare for what follows after a prelusive dimming of the house lights intended to induce quiet, the stage curtain rose Synonyms of prelusive beginning, introductory, precursory, prefatory, prelim, preliminary, preparative, preparatory, primaryWords Related to prelusive introducing, prefacing, preparing, readying; premonitory, warning; basic, elementary, fundamental; ahead, early, former, preceding, previous, priorNear Antonyms of prelusive after, behind, following, subsequent


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