Webster's Dictionary 1828 - Online Edition

Webster's Dictionary 1828

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PREMED'ITATE, verb transitive [Latin proemeditor; proe, before, and meditor, to mediate.] To think on and revolve in the mind beforehand; to contrive and design previously; as, to premeditate theft or robbery.

With words premeditated thus he said.

PREMED'ITATE, verb intransitive To think, consider or revolve in the mind beforehand; to deliberate; to have formed in the mind by previous thought or meditation.

PREMED'ITATE, adjective Contrived by previous meditation.

First occurrence in the Bible(KJV): Mark 13:11

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