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1.
To preminisce; 1: to remember something your going to do, and think upon it a while, wondering why you were going to do it in the first place. 2: Collecting your thoughts for your plans for the future and enjoying the thought of them.

Preminiscing; 1: Thinking about the things to come, the future etc and wondering, why? 2: Possibly gaining enjoyment from the ideas of certain things happening.
3: To have a flash forward to the future, knowing what will happen, much like the talent that phychic's posess.

(Original Definition by EC, aka Meimi132:
Premonscing; to premonisce:
to think about things to come, to predict things to come, not always correctly. To think about the future.)
Change - spelling.
Judy preminisced what she would do that day.
Micheal was preminicsing about his future.
Nick preminisced his death.
"Oh, excuse me, I was just preminiscing about something."
by Meimi132 March 27, 2008
 
2.
n. pre'm/>i<nnissst
Saxon

To experience the sensation of the past repeating itself.

HISTORY The Saxon origins of this word are only found in

Latin texts.
ADAM:"NO WAY! I knew you were going to say that, man!"

MAN: "Say What?"

ADAM: "That's it! Just like that! I just totally preminisced, guy."

MANGUY: "Easy with the exclamation marks man. I

preminisce, like, every day. And is Like allowed

between comma's all by itself?"

ADAM: " Probably. What's that French word for it...? ! Deja vu! That's the one! And theres like Meje vu which is experienciencing the sensation of feeling you've eaten muesli through a straw even though it would get clogged pretty soon if you weren't choking on oat fragments hitting the back of your throat.
by NeilZeBub March 05, 2013
 
3.
to get sentimental and wistful about something that hasn't ended, or hasn't yet occurred
I don't graduate from high school for another three days, but I'm already starting to preminisce. I'm really gonna miss this place!
by caco44 May 26, 2010