(prē med′ə tā′s̸hən)
- the act of premeditating
- Law a degree of planning and forethought sufficient to show intent to commit an act
See premeditation in American Heritage Dictionary 4
- The act of speculating, arranging, or plotting in advance.
- Law The contemplation of a crime well enough in advance to show deliberate intent to commit the crime; forethought.
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