At which point can I make a line break in predesign?
closed as off-topic by Lawrence, Laurel, Mari-Lou A, David Richerby, FumbleFingers Sep 28 '18 at 18:00
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The general rule is that words can be hyphenated at syllable boundaries. Many good dictionaries mark syllable boundaries to show you where words can be hyphenated 1.
Still, according to Merriam-Webster, predesign has only one division point at which a hyphen may be put at the end of a line:
Which seems rather odd, given that design itself can be split as:
See a more general discussion here.