One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A type of comb used for loosening or freeing yarn.
A première; a first showing or performance, especially of a film.
with object And without object = "première".
Early 17th century. Probably a variant of preen<br>1930s; earliest use found in Daily Variety. Shortened from première<br>1930s; earliest use found in Daily Variety. Either from preem or shortened from première.
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