- 1. prepossess, own, have, possess
- usage: possess beforehand
- 2. prepossess, preoccupy
- usage: cause to be preoccupied; "The idea of his failure prepossesses him"
- 3. prepossess, impress
- usage: make a positive impression (on someone) beforehand; "A prepossessing appearance"
- 4. prejudice, prepossess, influence, act upon, work
- usage: influence (somebody's) opinion in advance
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- 1. prepossessing, attractive (vs. unattractive)
- usage: creating a favorable impression; "strong and vigorous and of prepossessing appearance"
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