OTHER WORDS FROM preemptivepre·emp·tive·ly, adverb
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH preemptiveperemptory, preemptive
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How to use preemptive in a sentence
They can prove the effectiveness of campaigns and provide preemptive insight into what a target audience wants.
By gathering preemptive insights about the receptiveness and preferences of a target audience, marketers can create campaigns that cater best to that audience.
More than a year into the pandemic, most of us regard Zoom encounters with preemptive dread.Date Lab: They did shots while toasting to ‘endless possibilities’|Marin Cogan|May 6, 2021|Washington Post
Cruz did find a safe haven on Fox News on Thursday evening, where host Sean Hannity praised the senator for coordinating preemptive efforts in the lead-up to the winter storm and later attending to his daughters on their Cancun vacation.Late-night hosts, TV pundits slam Cruz for taking ‘the world’s shortest spring break’ to Cancun|Teo Armus|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
The exact way our bodies develop this preemptive immunity depends on the kind of vaccine we’re given.
So Israel should start thinking more about preemptive technology.
To this supporter of preemptive war and conservative fiscal policy, wars and tax cuts were two great tastes that went together.
The Democrats made a preemptive strike, and now the Republicans will exact their revenge.
However, compare this philosophy with the fact that, for a time, Churchill favored preemptive nuclear war against Russia.
Our leaders justify the warfare through the doctrine of preemptive warfare.War Is the New Peace: American Vets Reflect on Syria|John Kael Weston|September 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Staggered by this preemptive right, sacred to all miners, Cass stopped.Found At Blazing Star|Bret Harte