aforesaid

[ uh-fawr-sed, uh-fohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF aforesaid

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AFORESAID

The aforesaid grandeur was yet full upon Mr Dorrit when he alighted at his hotel.

Let us return to our Statesman, and apply to his case the aforesaid example of weaving.

They were to send an embassy on their side to the aforesaid states to treat of an alliance.

God delivered from his hands the castle, the aforesaid Master and his brethren.

As aforesaid, the mixed vegetarian dietary is, in general, well-balanced.

Moved and seconded that the last meeting be of the aforesaid nature.

But being, as aforesaid, slightly unsteady on his legs, he fell.

The aforesaid houses must be lighted as long as any one remains up.

Each of the aforesaid quantities is said to be equal or unequal.

That he there met with the two aforesaid Englishmen, that this Depont.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR AFORESAID

selfsame

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