prepossess (v):
make a positive impression (on someone) beforehand
A prepossessing appearance
prepossess (v):
influence (somebody's) opinion in advance
Related Words: prejudice
prepossess (v):
cause to be preoccupied
The idea of his failure prepossesses him
prepossess (v):
possess beforehand
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The longest mile is the last mile home

The nearer you are to your destination, the further away from you it seems

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