- to arrange in advance or beforehand.
Origin of prearrange
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Examples from the Web for prearrange
What he felt was resentment, dissatisfaction, a growing inability to control events or to prearrange his sensations.The Incomplete Amorist
Whether in military or in civil life, he desired to prearrange and order every detail.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte
William Milligan Sloane
That a will could reach out and prearrange a man's misfortunes was to her mind incredible, for there were no precedents.The Adventures of Kathlyn