premundane

[ pree-muhn-deyn, pree-muhn-deyn ]
/ priˈmʌn deɪn, ˌpri mənˈdeɪn /

adjective

before the creation of the world; antemundane.

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Origin of premundane

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Example sentences from the Web for premundane

  • Sabellianism did it at the cost of his premundane and real personality, and therefore by common consent was out of the question.

    The Arian Controversy|H. M. Gwatkin