Definition for PRE-LI-BA'TION

PRE-LI-BA'TION, n. [from L. prælibo; præ, before, and libo, to taste.]

  1. Foretaste; a tasting beforehand or by anticipation. The joy that proceeds from a belief of pardon is a prelibation heavenly bliss.
  2. An effusion previous to tasting. Qu. – Johnson.

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