What are some synonyms for prefilled or prepoluated? I've looked up many synonym resources but being pre-populate and pre-fill compound words I didn't get anything useful out of them.

Use case: I need to communicate to a client that at a specific web page they can find a prefilled payment form, but I don't want to use the word prefilled because it has been used before, so I would like to avoid repeating it.

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  • We need to know how you want to use the word, and why prefilled and prepopulated aren't doing the trick. – aparente001 Dec 12 '16 at 0:12
  • Added context information. – jj_ Dec 12 '16 at 20:28
  • Thanks, can you please remove the on-hold status now? – jj_ Dec 14 '16 at 4:33
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    There is something you yourself can do about this if you want to speed it up. You can pose a question on ELU Meta, along the lines of "Please re-open my edited question." – aparente001 Dec 15 '16 at 4:20
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    At (specific web page), you can find a payment form with most of the necessary information pre-entered. Or: with most of the necessary information already entered for you. – aparente001 Dec 15 '16 at 4:21

Prefilling or prepopulating a value applies almost exclusively to computer input and such a value is called the default (value).


default NOUN

2 [in singular] A preselected option adopted by a computer program or other mechanism when no alternative is specified by the user or programmer:

‘the default is fifty lines’

[as modifier] ‘default settings’

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