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Precative

Prec´a`tive
a.1.Suppliant; beseeching.
Precatory words
(Law) words of recommendation, request, entreaty, wish, or expectation, employed in wills, as distinguished from express directions; - in some cases creating a trust.
- Jarman.
Adj.1.precative - expressing entreaty or supplication; "precatory overtures"
Synonyms: precatory
beseeching, precatory
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Prebendship
Prebronchial
Precalculate
Precambrian
Precambrian aeon
Precambrian eon
Precambrian period
precancerous
Precant
Precarious
Precarious right
precariously
precariousness
Precarium
precast
Precation
-- Precative --
precatory
Precatory words
Precaution
Precautional
Precautionary
Precautious
precava
PRECCX
Precedaneous
Precede
Precedence
precedence lossage
precedency
Precedent
Precedented
precedentedly
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