Predecease

• (v. t.) To die sooner than. • (n.) The death of one person or thing before another.
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Predecease

Pre'de·cease` noun The death of one person or thing before another. [ R.] Brougham.
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Predecease

Pre`de·cease transitive verb To die sooner than. 'If children predecease progenitors.' Shak.
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predecease

v. to die before someone else, as "if my brother, Harry, should predecease me, his share of my estate I give to his son, Eugene."
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Predecease

v.To pass away or meet death before someone else.Ex-if my wife should predecease me, her share of property would go to a trust.
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predecease

[v] - die before
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