antecedently[ an-tuh-seed-nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF antecedently
Synonyms for antecedently
- ahead of time
- before now
- in advance
- in anticipation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ANTECEDENTLY
I wish briefly to show that this was antecedently to have been expected.
He must baptize none but those that antecedently have right.
We were created in the Son of Gods love, antecedently to our redemption by Him.
It is antecedently true only if it can bring about these changes.
But who could know, antecedently to experience, whether there was a reason or not?
Antecedently, therefore, we expect the old Negro to be worse than his son.
This conclusion settled Cornwallis's fate, antecedently but finally.
Whatever definition be given of miracles, such exceptional phenomena must at least be antecedently incredible.
They deny that there is any thing in the nature of man, antecedently to his act of willing, that possesses a moral character.
With inexorable logic, each conclusion is deduced from what has been antecedently admitted as indisputable.