Synonyms Of prearrange
Definition Of prearrange
arrange or agree upon (something) in advance.
did she have a prearranged meeting?
Example Of prearrange
And then had come a collapse of trust on all sides, a total withdrawal of trust as if by prearrangement , everyone joining in the attack on the company with complete and ruthless disregard for even common business courtesy.
Both the agent and a case officer would go to prearranged electronic letter drop sites at a predetermined time.
First, both parties entering the process commit to selecting counsel who willingly bind themselves to prearranged ground rules.
He flew from his home in Michigan to Manchester where she met him by prearrangement and the pair flew first to Paris and then took a train to Frankfurt, Germany.
It seemed to him that the ground was prearranged into a form of complex geometry.