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  • Before-hand

    in anticipation; in advance; ahead of time: We should have made reservations beforehand. I hope to be beforehand with my report. Historical Examples I didn’t mean to let any one see it before-hand, but you are a dear old thing, and you shall. The Green Satin Gown Laura E. Richards He shows all to Forster […]

  • Beforementioned

    adjective already or previously mentioned; aforementioned Historical Examples The slaves are taken, as beforementioned, from cotton and tobacco, and are furnished by the Southern States. The American Quarterly Review, No. 17, March 1831 Various Their sea voyage terminated as beforementioned, on the 8th of August, by their actually entering that river. The Mirror of Literature, […]



  • Befouled

    to make dirty or filthy; soil; defile; sully: a bird that befouls its own nest. Historical Examples All commingled, so that the uncleanness of one befouled all, and the wickedness of one contaminated all. Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 1 (of 20) Charles Sumner Marry, thy jerkin is all befouled with the dust of […]

  • Befriended

    to make friends or become friendly with; act as a friend to; help; aid: to befriend the poor and the weak. Contemporary Examples He befriended Britons Alan and Cindy Thompson, who were on a brief vacation in the Algarve in the summer of 2007. Did He Steal Madeleine McCann? Barbie Latza Nadeau November 27, 2012 […]



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