PREAPPREHE’NSION. n.s.

PREAPPREHE'NSION. n.s.

PREAPPRE’HENSION. n.s. [pre and apprehend.] An opinion
formed before examination.
A conceit not to be made out by ordinary eyes, but such
as regarding the clouds, behold them in shapes conformable
to preapprehension. Brown’s Vulgar Errours.

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