Pre·pense v. t. To weigh or consider beforehand; to premeditate. [Obs.]
Pre·pense, v. i. To deliberate beforehand. [Obs.]
Pre·pense, a. Devised, contrived, or planned beforehand; preconceived; premeditated; aforethought; -- usually placed after the word it qualifies; as, malice prepense.
This has not arisen from any misrepresentation or error prepense. --Southey.