verb (used with or without object), pre·gamed, pre·gam·ing.
- prefrontal area,
- prefrontal lobotomy,
- preganglionic motor neuron,
Origin of pregame
Examples from the Web for pregame
The Orioles didn't press, partly because they've come to believe that pregame excuses are essential to Palmer.
The endgame of the war was even more poorly played than the pregame.
A pregame rally south of the Washington Monument featured drum circles and papier maché puppets.