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precedented

(ˈprɛsɪˌdɛntɪd)
adj
(of a decision, etc) supported by having a precedent
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Adj.1.precedented - having or supported or justified by a precedent
unprecedented - having no precedent; novel; "an unprecedented expansion in population and industry"
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