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prefatory (adj.)

"belonging to or serving as a preface, introductory," 1670s, from Latin praefat-, past-participle stem of praefari "to say beforehand" (see preface (n.)) + -ory. Related: Prefatorial; prefatorily.

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Definitions of prefatory

prefatory (adj.)
serving as an introduction or preface;
Synonyms: introductory / prefatorial
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