The local hospital, in the nearby town of Reading, has been prepped in case of any emergency.
Cuomo was prepped and predictable, with not a phrase out of place, not a phrase that surprised.
So I've prepped myself for years for the idea that I'm not necessarily the golden child where everything I touch turns to magic.
v. prepped, prep·ping, preps
To prepare for a medical examination or surgical procedure.
Preparatory; preparing a student for college or university (1895+)
[prep, ''student at a preparatory school,'' is found by 1890, and prepster by the 1940s]