prolepsis

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The assignment of something to a period of time that precedes it
A grammatical construction that consists of placing an element in a syntactic unit before that to which it would logically correspond. That noise, I just heard it again
The anticipation of an objection to an argument
Growth in which lateral branches develop from a lateral meristem, after the formation of a bud or following a period of dormancy, when the lateral meristem is split from a terminal meristem
The representation of something which has occurred before its time. I'm a dead man
A philosophical concept used in ancient epistemology to indicate a so-called "preconception", i.e. a pre-theoretical notion which can lead to true knowledge of the world
{n} an anticipation of objections
A grammatical construction that consists of placing an element in a syntactic unit before that to which it would logically correspond
anticipating and answering objections in advance
A necessary truth or assumption; a first or assumed principle
An error in chronology, consisting in an event being dated before the actual time
A figure by which objections are anticipated or prevented
the assignment of something to a period of time that preceeds it
{i} anticipation of an event; description of an event before it could have taken place
The application of an adjective to a noun in anticipation, or to denote the result, of the action of the verb; as, to strike one dumb
the representation of something which has ocurred before its time
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Anticipating and answering objections before they have been raised; procataleptic
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Describes an event as having been assigned too early a date
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Of a calendar, extrapolated to dates prior to its first adoption; of those used to adjust to or from the Julian calendar or Gregorian calendar
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Previous; antecedent
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Anticipating the usual time; applied to a periodical disease whose paroxysms return at an earlier hour at every repetition
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A calendar or era that is extrapolated to dates prior to its first adoption; used to adjust to or from the Julian calendar or Gregorian calendar
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{s} anticipative; predictive
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Of or pertaining to prolepsis; anticipative
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