Premeditated vs. Premediated: What's the Difference?
Premeditated and Premediated Definitions
To form an intent to carry out (an action, such as a crime); intend to carry out
Premeditate a killing.
Simple past tense and past participle of premediate
To premeditate an action, especially a crime.
Simple past tense and past participle of premeditate
Planned, considered, or estimated in advance; deliberate.
A premeditated act of aggression
A premeditated breach of contract
In the face of premeditated criminal acts
Caused by grossly negligent or premeditated infringement of duty
There is no proof of premeditated or grossly negligent wrongdoing.
Characterized by deliberate purpose and some degree of planning;
A premeditated crime