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Prepossess

Pre`pos`sess´
v. t.1.To preoccupy, as ground or land; to take previous possession of.
2.To preoccupy, as the mind or heart, so as to preclude other things; hence, to bias or prejudice; to give a previous inclination to, for or against anything; esp., to induce a favorable opinion beforehand, or at the outset.
Verb1.prepossess - possess beforehand
2.prepossess - cause to be preoccupied; "The idea of his failure prepossesses him"
3.prepossess - make a positive impression (on someone) beforehand; "A prepossessing appearance"
4.prepossess - influence (somebody's) opinion in advance
Synonyms: prejudice
absorb, adopt, appropriate, arrogate, assume, bend, bias, busy, colonize, conquer, distort, engage, engross, enslave, hog, imbue, immerse, indent, influence, involve, jaundice, jump a claim, make free with, make use of, monopolize, occupy, overrun, preempt, preengage, prejudice, prejudice against, prejudice the issue, preoccupy, requisition, sit on, soak, squat on, subjugate, sway, take all of, take it all, take over, take possession of, take up, twist, usurp, warp
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