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-v. 2. summarize, outline, sketch, review; abbreviate, condense, abridge, shorten, curtail, compress.

precise, adj. 1. explicit, definite, fixed, distinct, express; clear, plain, obvious, unmistakable, unambiguous, unequivocal; specific, pointed, strict, absolute, unconditional.
2. exact, accurate, close, faithful; correct, unerring,
Inf. on the mark, on target, on the money, Inf. right on, SI. spot on, on the button, on the dot, Inf. on the nose; right, just, true, truthful, veracious; factual, actual, strict, literal, true to life; authentic, real, sound, valid; flawless, faultless, perfect, defectless, errorless.
3. particular, finical, finicky, fussy; meticulous, careful, punctilious, scrupulous, conscientious; minute, detailed, thorough, nice, scientific, methodical, mathematical; critical, demanding, fastidious; strict, rigorous, severe, rigid, unbending, unyielding, ungiving.

precision, n 1. exactness, exactitude, closeness, preciseness, Math, degree of error; accuracy, accurateness, correctness, rightness, rectitude, unerringness, flawlessness, faultlessness, perfection; literalism, tex-tualism, adherence to the letter or text, faithfulness, fidelity, accordance, agreement; punctuality, punctualness, promptness, dependability, regularity, reliability; conformity, propriety, decorum, niceness, preciosity, preciousness; formalness, formality, protocol, form, ceremony.
2. punctiliousness, punctilio, attention to detail, pickiness, particularity, fastidiousness, fussiness,
Inf. persnicketiness, Inf. pernicketiness; meticulousness, painstakingness, methodicalness, rigorousness, thoroughness, exhaustiveness; fineness, detailedness, minuteness, tediousness; care, carefulness, scrupulousness, conscientiousness; strictness, rigidity, rigidness, severity, severeness, inflexibility, stiffness; demandingness, criticalness, exactingness, hypercriticalness, overexactingness.

preclude, v. 1. prevent, hinder, hamper, impede; stop, put a stop to, check, arrest, abort; curb, inhibit, restrain, constrain, repress; obstruct, block, bar, choke, clog, dam up; interfere, interrupt, intervene, interpose; detain, delay, slacken, slow, retard, forestall; avert, avoid, draw off, stave off, nip in the bud; oppose, cross, contravene, counter; defeat, override; frustrate, thwart, foil, balk.
2. debar, exclude, omit, rule out, shut out, eliminate; forbid, prohibit, proscribe, interdict, veto, ban, taboo.

precocious, adj. 1. advanced, forward, far ahead, fast, ahead of one's peers; bright, brilliant, brainy, gifted; intelligent, smart, clever, quick; progressive, ahead of one's time, born before one's time, in the vanguard or van, in the forefront, avant-garde, ultramodern.
2. premature, early, early-bird,
Inf previous; overforward, too far along, untimely, undeveloped; overmature, maturing early, blooming early; prevenient, anticipatory, precipitate, eager.

preconception, n. prejudgment, forejudgment, predetermination, preconceived idea or notion, presentiment, predisposition; conjecture, inference, guesswork, hypothesis, premise; anticipation, presumption, prematurity of opinion, premature judgment, Inf. jumping the gun, Inf. going off half-cocked; presupposition, presupposal, presurmise, prejudice, bias, prepossession; fixed idea, Fr. idte fixe, locked-in idea, fixed or settled belief, certitude; apprehension, foreboding, anxiety.

precursor, n. 1. predecessor, foregoer, forerunner, antecedent; ancestor, forebear, progenitor, forefather, father; author, creator, originator, founder, innovator, groundbreaker.

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Greatest Female In Video Game History

Zelda

Princess Zelda has taken on many roles throughout the series, and sure, Link often has to rescue her. But she rarely falls directly into the role of the damsel ever since Ocarina of Time, shes either been fighting dark forces in disguise, rescuing Link as a swarthy ladypirate, or just straight up three steps ahead of him, as in Skyward Sword. Even when she does need rescuing, she usually lends a hand with her archery skills and winds up saving Link in return. When are we going to get a game where we play as her?

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