verb (used with object), pre·ar·ranged, pre·ar·rang·ing.
Origin of prearrange
Examples from the Web for prearranged
Himself had one more duty to perform, and at the prearranged hour he sallied forth with a wretched escort of fifty knights.The Land of The Blessed Virgin; Sketches and Impressions in Andalusia|William Somerset Maugham
Her mother, as had Kinroy, went through this prearranged scene as well as though she were on the stage.The "Genius"|Theodore Dreiser
Minor matters of business were quickly dispatched, and Mr. Means––according to the prearranged plan––was duly elected moderator.Captain Pott's Minister|Francis L. Cooper
However much his reception had been prearranged, dinner had formed no part of the program.The Kingdom Round the Corner|Coningsby Dawson
And why if they were guilty of not carrying out a prearranged plan were they not tried and punished?War and Peace|Leo Tolstoy