prévenance [ preyvuh-nahns ]
noun, plural pré·ve·nances [preyvuh-nahns] for 2. French.
1. assiduity in anticipating or catering to the pleasures of others.
2. an instance of this.
Origin: French, from prévenant (present participle of prévenir to anticipate, from Latin praevenire to precede, anticipate), after such pairs as French abondant abundant (from Middle French abundant) : abondance abundance (from Middle French abundance)
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