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prepossess
used in Persuasion

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Definition
to be preoccupied

or:

to influence opinion ahead of time
  • She could not help thinking much of the extraordinary circumstances attending their acquaintance, of the right which he seemed to have to interest her, by everything in situation, by his own sentiments, by his early prepossession.
    Chapter 21 (2% in)

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