precursory[ pri-kur-suh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF precursory
Synonyms for precursory
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRECURSORY
Scrofula is only too often a precursory stage of tuberculosis.
The inventory of precursory types sees nothing but organic resemblances and disdains the differences of aptitude.
And is not this a fresh instalment, or a precursory adumbration, of that Truth into which the Paraclete should lead?
Brutandor dropped his head, and there are reasons for belief that the precursory symptoms of a smile appeared in his face.
Precursory notes on American insectivorous mammals, with descriptions of new species.
Tassis was despatched as chief of a legation, precursory to a more stately embassy to be confided to the Duke of Frias.
The moon was overcast, and the atmosphere stifling and oppressive, precursory of a thunderstorm.
So does a long vowel before r and another consonant, as in 'precursory'.
Pigmentation, of a yellowish or brownish color, is often a precursory and accompanying symptom.
As has been mentioned before, it does not as a rule attend the precursory symptoms.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR PRECURSORY
- ahead of
- one time