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prolusion Line breaks: pro|lu¦sion
Pronunciation: /prəˈl(j)uːʒ(ə)n/

Definition of prolusion in English:

noun

archaic or formal
1A preliminary action or event; a prelude.

Origin

Early 17th century: from Latin prolusio(n-), from prolus- 'practised beforehand', from the verb proludere, from pro 'before' + ludere 'to play'.

Words that rhyme with prolusion

allusion, collusion, conclusion, confusion, contusion, delusion, diffusion, effusion, exclusion, extrusion, fusion, illusion, inclusion, interfusion, intrusion, obtrusion, occlusion, preclusion, profusion, protrusion, reclusion, seclusion, suffusion, transfusion

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