PRECARIOUS , literally, held on the goad-will of another, or on entreaty (
See also:Lat. prex, precis, prayer) to another . The word is used, in
See also:law, of a tenure of
See also:office, &c., held at the pleasure of another . In general usage it has the significance of something uncertain, dangerous or risky .
PREBENDARY (Lat. praebendo = give or grant, through...
PRECEDENCE (from Lat. praecedere, to go before, pre...
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