Is that red-and-yellow flag the prearranged signal agreed upon for our identification by the pilot and the people on shore?
An interview, such as this, could not be otherwise than a thing premeditated and prearranged.
Suddenly–as by some prearranged order, four men with revolvers in their hands ran across the street towards the hotel.
Alan took his position in a crowd of bystanders, as prearranged.
Her mother, as had Kinroy, went through this prearranged scene as well as though she were on the stage.
To this was to be added a certainty that death would come on some prearranged day.
My getting the command of the seven companies was not the result of any order or prearranged plan.
The proceedings seemed to have been prearranged, for no word was exchanged.
He is probably close to the prearranged meeting place now and the launch is ready.
What else had those signals meant but that they had been left there in a prearranged spot?