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Verb: predecease  ,pree-di'sees
  1. Die before; die earlier than
    "She predeceased her husband"

Derived forms: predeceased, predeceasing, predeceases

Type of: buy the farm [N. Amer, informal], cash in one's chips [informal], choke, conk [informal], croak [informal], decease [archaic], die, drop dead, exit, expire, flatline [informal], give-up the ghost [informal], go, kick the bucket [informal], pass, pass away, perish, pop off [informal], pop one's clogs [informal], snuff it [informal]

Encyclopedia: Predecease