Pre*lect" (?) v. t. [imp. & p. p. Prelected; p. pr. & vb. n. Prelecting.] [L. praelectus, p. p. of praelegere to read before. See Pre-, and Lection.]

To read publicly, as a lecture or discourse.

 

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Pre*lect", v. i.

To discourse publicly; to lecture.

Spitting . . . was publicly prelected upon. De. Quincey.

To prelect upon the military art. Bp. Horsley.

 

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