advance[ ad-vans, -vahns ]SEE DEFINITION OF advance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADVANCE
In this a step in advance of some of our neighbours was taken.
This request he intended to refuse, and enjoyed in advance the humiliation of young Rushton.
The boy shouldered the carpetbag and started in advance, Robert following.
Accompanied by one of the blacks, Eyre went on in advance to find water.
Judged by the discussions of to-day, what advance has in politics been effected?
This was an advance by leaps and bounds which has not since been maintained.
I am well aware of the criticism which will at once be passed on what I now advance.
It is an advance toward the highest conception of self-government.
Fear, as we understand it, was in itself a signal of advance.
He was merciful only when you paid for His mercy in advance.