Which preposition to use with primed

of Occurrences 274%

Other companies are made up of trees near the prime of life, exquisitely harmonized to one another in form and gesture, as if Nature had culled them one by one with nice discrimination from all the rest of the woods.

in Occurrences 16%

That, however, was their own mystery, and Julia, with each instant, was more and more clear about hers: so remarkably primed in fact, at the end of three minutes, that though her friend, and though his friend, were both saying things, many things and perhaps quite wonderful things, she had no free attention for them and was only rising and soaring.

with Occurrences 14%

Whereat Chester Pierce, charter member and President of our Sons of Temperance, a man primed with all statistics of the woe resulting traditionally from that first careless glass, murmured words unintelligible but of gratified import, and bowed low after the retreating vision.

for Occurrences 13%

The sportsman trains himself, dresses and watches unweariedly, and loads and primes for his particular game.

during Occurrences 2%

The sweet melons and peaches were just in their prime during my stay at Tebris.

on Occurrences 2%

From this latter division has been made: (1) a selection of psalms suitable by their character and meaning to Lauds (vide infra, psalms at Lauds); (2) a selection of psalms suitable to Compline; (3) the psalms long used in the small Hours of Sunday's Office; (4) the first psalms assigned by Pope Pius V. to Prime on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

at Occurrences 2%

"No more Primes at six o'clock in the morning," concluded Juanita, suddenly allowing Cousin Peligros to sit again.

under Occurrences 1%

For all our habit of grouping their works together it is a far cry in spirit and temperament from the dramatists whose heyday was under Elizabeth and those who reached their prime under her successor.

after Occurrences 1%

It was a special duty of the late JOHN F. MACDONALD, who was cut off in his prime after incautiously adding to his journalistic labours in Paris the voluntary and too exacting duties of entertaining the wounded, to emphasize the Entente Cordiale.

without Occurrences 1%

A. A boiler may foam without priming, but it can't prime without first foaming..

among Occurrences 1%

A wonderful incident is told by Dr. S.I. Prime among his many facts relating to prayer, as published in The Observer and "The Power of Prayer.

as Occurrences 1%

The rest of the chapteri.e., all that follows the confiteor in Prime as a preparation for the work of the day, seems to have been composed in the ninth century....

beyond Occurrences 1%

We know nothing of him in his prime beyond what is told in this essay, but after the great tragedy, there are in the Letters glimpses of him as a broken, querulous old man.

by Occurrences 1%

It was lazy, bad reasoningthe sort of superficial, smart stuff that has cost the lives of thousands of good men times out of numberfour o'clock o' the morning intelligence that, like the courage of that hour, needs priming by the foreman, or the sergeant-major, or the bosun as the case may be.

than Occurrences 1%

Such tendencies have less in common with the Hellenic prime than with the court of Leo the Tenth, though even that had perhaps an advantage over them as being in some ways a more real thing.

to Occurrences 1%

For instance, should the engine prime to any great extent your cylinder will require more oil for a few minutes than your sight feed will supply, and here is where, your little pump will help you out.

Which preposition to use with  primed