verb[with object] (usually as adjective preplanned)
Plan in advance: a preplanned route
More example sentences
- There was also evidence that I had already arranged to go fishing the following morning, so it was not like there was some pre-planned wilful murder as the Crown alleged.
- Safety and security of supply demand that they operate to stringent standards and create a mindset that is preconditioned towards conformity and pre-planned behaviour.
- Instead, he railed against the ‘calculated, pre-planned wickedness’ of the boys.
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