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predatory
living by plunder, exploitation, etc.
predicate
to declare; to assert
predilection
a liking; preference; inclination
predispose
to make susceptible
preeminent
standing out above all others
preen
to dress oneself carefully or smartly
prehensile
adapt for seizing or grasping something
prelude
an introduction
premeditate
to plan beforehand
premier
first in importance or time
premise
statement from which a conclusion is drawn
premonition
forewarning; hunch
preponderance
superiority in quantity or power; dominance
preposterous
absurd; ridiculous
prerogative
privilege or right
presage
to indicate or warn in advance
prescience
knowledge of things before they happen
presentiment
anticipation, especially of something evil
prestige
influence; importance
presumptuous
boldly assuming
pretentious
showy; putting on airs
preternatural
abnormal; beyond what is natural
pretext
a false reason or motive; an excuse
prevail
to succeed; to gain the adavantage
prevaricate
to lie
prim
formal; proper
primary
first; chief
primeval
of the earliest times or ages
primogeniture
state of being the first born
primordial
first; original
primp
to dress up in a fussy way
prismatic
many-colored
pristine
uncorrupted; in its original state
privation
loss or lack of something essential