Word Moment: Prepossess

pre·pos·sess

tr.v. pre·pos·sessedpre·pos·sess·ingpre·pos·sess·es

1. To preoccupy the mind of to the exclusion of other thoughts or feelings.
2.

a. To influence beforehand against or in favor of someone or something; prejudice.
b. To impress favorably in advance.
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