- to arrange in advance or beforehand.
Origin of prearrange
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Examples from the Web for prearranged
The proceedings seemed to have been prearranged, for no word was exchanged.Roden's Corner
Henry Seton Merriman
The rescue had been prearranged, and the man had jumped into a coupé and driven off at a gallop.
By a sort of clairvoyance, Roma could see the Baron in the midst of the scenes he had prearranged.
What else had those signals meant but that they had been left there in a prearranged spot?Nobody
Louis Joseph Vance
It was the prearranged signal for Pete Ellinwood to come in.The Harbor of Doubt
- having been arranged beforehanda pre-arranged meeting
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