Prepossess Definition

prēpə-zĕs
prepossesses
verb
prepossesses
To take or occupy beforehand or before another.
Webster's New World
To preoccupy to the exclusion of other thoughts or feelings.
Movie stars who prepossess millions of fans.
American Heritage
To prejudice or bias, esp. favorably.
Webster's New World
To influence beforehand against or in favor of someone or something; prejudice.
American Heritage
To impress favorably at once.
Webster's New World
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