ahead[ uh-hed ]SEE DEFINITION OF ahead
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AHEAD
I told the party we were now close, and showed them the low table-land just ahead.
We are very fortunate to have a little rain-water, or we could not get ahead.
All the next day there was one old bull moose kept just ahead of us.
The utter loneliness behind him and ahead of him appalled him in its contrast to this.
Lem wuz onto Dock's methods, 'nd he knew there wuz sumthin' ahead.
We could drive the crowd on ahead, and look at our moon when they were out of its light.
And the wagons containing their valuables had gone on ahead?
Ahead the northeast headland of the Isle of Sheppey was bulking large and near.
Caroline is the worst; the weeds, with her, have had longer time to get ahead.
A goods train which should have departed half an hour before us was sent on ahead of us.