Antonyms for fore-runners

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The sled struck on its fore-runners, and went through like a rocket.

But such is the case with Grimm and his fore-runners in philology.

The older hands, however, knew the vagaries of the Horn latitudes, and calms were invariably the fore-runners of fiercer gales.

The girl always was a parcel of whim-whams—made up of odds and ends, as it was, of her fore-runners.

They are the "Fore-runners," off again deeper into the vast possibility of being.

Certain known things are fore-runners of trouble and should be avoided or safeguarded against from the start.

Among the fore-runners of Civilisation was Georgie Porgie, reckoned by all who knew him a strong man.

Thare are sum blossoms that are fore-runners of fruit, but the fragrant glory of a coquett is not of this breed.