preconcerted


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pre·con·cert

 (prē′kən-sûrt′)
tr.v. pre·con·cert·ed, pre·con·cert·ing, pre·con·certs
To agree on, settle, or arrange in advance.

preconcerted

(ˈpriːkənˈsɜːtɪd)
adj
prearranged; settled in advance
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.preconcerted - previously arranged or agreed on; "following preconcerted plans"
settled - established or decided beyond dispute or doubt; "with details of the wedding settled she could now sleep at night"
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preconcerted

[ˈpriːkənˈsɜːtɪd] ADJpreconcertado
References in classic literature ?
As soon, therefore, as David gave the preconcerted signal, a low hissing sound was heard in the lodge in place of the fierce growlings of the bear.
He would have given anything to withdraw it, for that name, proclaimed in the stillness of the night, had acted as though it were the preconcerted signal for a furious rush on the part of the whole turn-out, which dashed past him before he could put into execution his plan of leaping at the horses' heads.
At these words, which were the preconcerted signal for action, the Isosceles Convicts fell on and transfixed the wretched Chromatistes; the Regular Classes, opening their ranks, made way for a band of Women who, under direction of the Circles, moved, back foremost, invisibly and unerringly upon the unconscious soldiers; the Artisans, imitating the example of their betters, also opened their ranks.
Her little plans and preconcerted speeches had all forsaken her, like an ill- learnt lesson, under the terrible agitation produced by Adam's words.