preem
 n.— «Former Premier Russell MacLellan picked the winning horse in the federal Liberal leadership contest but never got the chance to vote for him.…The former preem didn’t even get to vote as one of the ex-officio delegates.» —“Ex-preem MacLellan didn’t get to vote for his guy” by Amy Smith Chronicle Herald (Halifax, Nova Scotia) Dec. 12, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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