Complete Definition of "prepense"

English
Etymology
back-form|prepensed|nodot=3, probably from Anglo-Norman prepenser.

Pronunciation
IPA|/pɹɪËpÉns/

Adjective
en-adj

  1. Devised, contrived, or planned beforehand; preconceived, premeditated.

See also
malice prepense

Verb
en-verb|prepens|ing

  1. transitive To weigh or consider beforehand; to premeditate.
  2. intransitive To deliberate beforehand.

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