prolusory

[ proh-loo-suh-ree, -zuh- ]
/ proʊˈlu sə ri, -zə- /

adjective

serving for prolusion.
of the nature of a prolusion.

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Origin of prolusory

1865–70; <Medieval Latin prōlūsōrius, equivalent to prōlūd-, stem of prōlūdere (see prolusion) + -tōrius-tory1, with dt>s
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