- to establish beforehand.
Origin of preestablish
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Examples from the Web for pre-established
These characters have their pre-established roles, and they serve a handful of very specific purposes.
Known characters result in familiar products, for which there is a pre-established and reliable audience.
Moreover, the inherent constraints of the project, guided by the pre-established format, were quite helpful.The A-Z Dictionary of Google Images—For the Moment
February 25, 2014
When an election is that close, it becomes especially important to rely on pre-established procedures.What if the Supreme Court Had Declined to Hear Bush v. Gore?
April 29, 2013
Your children—like us—network through your pre-established connections to the top of society.What Occupy Harvard Should Tell Liberal Elite Parents on Thanksgiving
November 20, 2011
Is this a pre-established harmony, or a chain of coincidences?A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume I (of II)
Augustus De Morgan
There is no real harmony which is not existent or pre-established.
Must we not here fall back on something like a pre-established harmony?Studies in Logical Theory
Away with pre-established programmes then of any description!The Reform of Education
The monads do not achieve a harmony, they are a harmony, and therefore they are pre-established in harmony.Theodicy
G. W. Leibniz