Prelibation

Pre`li·ba'tion noun [ Latin praelibatio , from praelibare to taste beforehand: confer French prelibation .] 1. A tasting beforehand, or by anticipation; a foretaste; as, a prelibation of heavenly bliss. 2. A pouring out, or libation, before tasting.
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Prelibation

• (n.) A pouring out, or libation, before tasting. • (n.) A tasting beforehand, or by anticipation; a foretaste; as, a prelibation of heavenly bliss.
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prelibation

foretaste; offering of first fruits
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