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synonyms for ahead

  • advanced
  • along
  • before
  • earlier
  • forward
  • beforehand
  • onward
  • onwards
  • advancing
  • ante
  • antecedently
  • at an advantage
  • at the head
  • first
  • fore
  • foremost
  • in the foreground
  • in the lead
  • leading
  • on
  • precedent
  • precedently
  • preceding
  • previous
  • progressing
  • to the fore
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antonyms for ahead

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  • behind
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How to use ahead in a sentence

Having spent her career behind the scenes, she acknowledges fear about what is ahead for her.
A DEVASTATING PICTURE OF TRUMP’S CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE — FROM A FIRSTHAND WITNESSAARON BLAKESEPTEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON POST
It’s right in that vicinity either before or just shortly after, which is years ahead of schedule.
ELECTION LIVE UPDATES: TRUMP RETURNS TO WISCONSIN; BIDEN TO FACE LIVE AUDIENCE AT TOWN HALLCOLBY ITKOWITZ, FELICIA SONMEZ, JOHN WAGNERSEPTEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON POST
McCarthy has made clear his concerns that it would only backfire by giving vulnerable Democrats a chance to separate themselves from Pelosi just ahead of an election where she’s unpopular in some of the GOP-leaning districts they represent.
TRUMP MOVES CLOSER TO PELOSI IN ECONOMIC AID TALKS, AND HOUSE SPEAKER MUST DECIDE NEXT MOVERACHAEL BADE, ERICA WERNERSEPTEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON POST
She said in an interview that she would be skeptical of any vaccine produced ahead of the election because of worries its release was due to political pressure.
FORMER PENCE AIDE SAYS SHE WILL VOTE FOR BIDEN BECAUSE OF TRUMP’S ‘FLAT OUT DISREGARD FOR HUMAN LIFE’ DURING PANDEMICJOSH DAWSEYSEPTEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON POST
To solve this problem, Insider has been ramping up its first-party data platform Sága ahead of the full decimation of third-party cookies.
‘WE’RE ABOUT HIRING JOURNALISTS’: INSIDER INC. LAUNCHES THIRD GLOBAL NEWS HUB IN SINGAPORELUCINDA SOUTHERNSEPTEMBER 17, 2020DIGIDAY
However, election experts also anticipate record turnout, fewer polling locations and a higher-than-ever number of people choosing to vote by mail, so it’s important to plan ahead.
PROPUBLICA’S PANDEMIC GUIDE TO MAKING SURE YOUR VOTE COUNTSBY SUSIE ARMITAGESEPTEMBER 16, 2020PROPUBLICA
A Fox News poll of registered voters in Minnesota this July found Biden ahead by 13 points.
POST-ABC POLL AND OTHERS SUGGEST MINNESOTA HAS SHIFTED SINCE 2016, BUT BY HOW MUCH?SCOTT CLEMENT, DAN BALZSEPTEMBER 16, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Brands are recognizing the platform as a major opportunity to reach their audiences in refreshing ways, but its unknown fate makes it difficult to plan ahead.
DEEP DIVE: HOW THE SUMMER OF 2020 FORCED BRAND MARKETING TO CHANGE FOR THE BETTERJIM COOPERSEPTEMBER 14, 2020DIGIDAY
If you want to come out ahead, you need an edge from experience or a sophisticated set of tools.
‘GOING TO VEGAS:’ NEWBIE OPTIONS TRADERS FACE A RECKONING AS THE TECH STOCK RALLY FADESJEFFSEPTEMBER 14, 2020FORTUNE
Suddenly, however, he became aware of a small black spot far ahead in the very middle of the unencumbered track.
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WORDS RELATED TO AHEAD

  • afore
  • aforetime
  • ahead
  • ante
  • antecedently
  • anteriorly
  • back
  • before present
  • ere
  • fore
  • former
  • formerly
  • forward
  • gone
  • gone by
  • heretofore
  • in advance
  • in days of yore
  • in front
  • in old days
  • in the past
  • past
  • precendently
  • previous
  • previously
  • since
  • sooner
  • up to now
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