Definition of preambulary in English:

preambulary

adjective

  • Preambular.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Elizabeth Cary (1585–1639), writer and translator. From post-classical Latin praeambulum preamble + -ary, originally after French préambulaire.

Pronunciation

preambulary

/(ˌ)priːˈambjʊləri/