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pre·pense

 (prĭ-pĕns′)
adj.
Contemplated or arranged in advance; premeditated: malice prepense.

[From Middle English, past participle of purpensen, to premeditate, from Anglo-Norman purpenser : pur-, before (from Latin pro-; see pro-1) + penser, to think (from Latin pēnsāre; see (s)pen- in Indo-European roots).]

pre·pense′ly adv.

prepensely

(prɪˈpɛnslɪ)
adv
in a premeditated way
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Shelley was ungrammatical now & then through carelessness, but never wrong prepensely after Alastor.