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precursory

[ pri-kur-suh-ree ]
/ prɪˈkɜr sə ri /
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adjective

of the nature of a precursor; preliminary; introductory: precursory remarks.
indicative of something to follow: precursory indications of disease.

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Also pre·cur·sive [pri-kur-siv]. /prɪˈkɜr sɪv/.

Origin of precursory

From the Latin word praecursōrius, dating back to 1590–1600. See precursor, cursory
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British Dictionary definitions for precursory

precursory

precursive

/ (prɪˈkɜːsərɪ) /

adjective

serving as a precursor
preliminary or introductory
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