Origin of presentment
Examples from the Web for presentment
Did Miss Jones not recognize the intellectual triumphs embodied in that presentment of frail woman-hood?
I cried with a start, as the strange coincidence of the presentment struck me, the date being even identical.The Ghost Ship|John C. Hutcheson
Huge proportions now began to accompany any presentment of his personality to my inner vision.Incredible Adventures|Algernon Blackwood
But now not merely the presentment of the event held Iglesias' attention, but the event presented, the thing in itself.The Far Horizon|Lucas Malet
Such a presentment, moreover, is involved neither in the question set, nor in my own plan.The Basis of Morality|Arthur Schopenhauer
"act of presenting," c.1300, from Old French presentement "presentation (of a person) at a ceremony" (12c.), from presenter (see present (v.)).