Pre sentient


having a presentiment.

1805–15; < Latin praesentient- (stem of praesentiēns), present participle of praesentīre. See pre-, sentient Unabridged
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presentient (prɪˈsɛnʃənt, -ˈzɛn-, priː-)
characterized by or experiencing a presentiment
[C19: from Latin praesentiens present participle of praesentire, from prae-pre- + sentire to feel]

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