- adj.antecedente, precedente.
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Aforegoing — A*fore go ing, a. Go[=i]ng before; foregoing. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
aforegoing — I adjective above mentioned, antecedent, anterior, before mentioned, earlier, inaugural, last referred to, preceding, precursory, preliminary, previous, prior II index aforesaid, last (preceding), said … Law dictionary
aforegoing — see afore D 1 b … Useful english dictionary
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aforegoing — adj. previous, preceding … English contemporary dictionary
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aforesaid — I adjective above mentioned, aforecited, aforedescribed, aforegiven, aforegoing, aforementioned, aforenamed, aforestated, already mentioned, already said, antecedent, anterior, before mentioned, beforesaid, foregoing, forenamed, former,… … Law dictionary
said — I adjective above mentioned, aforegoing, aforenamed, aforesaid, already indicated, before mentioned, earlier, exact, foregoing, forementioned, named, preceding, prevenient, previous, previously mentioned, previously named, previously referred to … Law dictionary
last — I (final) adjective aftermost, climactic, climactical, closing, completive, completory, concluding, conclusive, conclusory, crowning, decisive, definitive, determinative, end, ending, endmost, extreme, farthest, final, finishing, furthest,… … Law dictionary