precompose

[ pree-kuh m-pohz ]
/ ˌpri kəmˈpoʊz /

verb (used with object), pre·com·posed, pre·com·pos·ing.

to compose beforehand: to precompose a reply to a possible question.

Nearby words

  1. precociously,
  2. precocity,
  3. precognition,
  4. precollagenous fiber,
  5. precolonial,
  6. preconceive,
  7. preconceived,
  8. preconception,
  9. preconceptual stage,
  10. preconcert

Origin of precompose

First recorded in 1640–50; pre- + compose

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