Word:

Prehend

Pre`hend´
v. t.1.To lay hold of; to seize.
Verb1.prehend - take hold of; grab; "The salesclerk quickly seized the money on the counter"; "She clutched her purse"; "The mother seized her child by the arm"; "Birds of prey often seize small mammals"
Synonyms: clutch, seize
apprehend, arrest, capture, catch, clasp, claw, clench, clinch, clutch, collar, cop, get, get hold of, grab, grapple, grasping, grip, nab, nail, pick up, prehension, rack, seize, seizing, snap, snatch, snatch up, take, take hold of, taking hold
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Preglacial
Pregnable
Pregnance
Pregnancy
pregnancy test
pregnanediol
Pregnant
pregnant chad
Pregnant construction
Pregnantly
Pregravate
Pregravitate
Pregustant
Pregustation
Prehallux
preheat
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Prehensi-ble
Prehensile
Prehension
Prehensory
Prehistoric
prehistoric culture
prehistorical
prehistory
Prehnite
Prehnitic
Preignition
Preindesignate
preindication
Preindispose
Preinstruct
Preintimation
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