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Synonyms for beforehand

in advance

Synonyms for beforehand

before the expected time

until then

Synonyms for beforehand

being ahead of time or need

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ahead of time

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The general who loses a battle makes but few calculations beforehand.
If you say that all this, too, can be calculated and tabulated--chaos and darkness and curses, so that the mere possibility of calculating it all beforehand would stop it all, and reason would reassert itself, then man would purposely go mad in order to be rid of reason and gain his point
There are here no procurators who regulate successions beforehand.
However, he continued all the same, but with increasing warmth: "Yes, I can very well understand that after having inherited the fortune of my brother it would be very agreeable to you to be my heir likewise; but know beforehand, if you kill me or cause me to be killed, my precautions are taken.
Lydgate, there is no haste necessary in this matter; but I wished to apprise you beforehand of what may possibly occur.
I mean, to free me from the risk of having all my goods sold in security of my largest debt-- as well as to pay my other debts--and leave anything to keep us a little beforehand with our small income.
Knowing perfectly well beforehand that the matter would never come to real danger, it would amount to my simply trying to gain a certain sham reputation by such a challenge.
During that year, Frank was to remain at the office in London; his employers being informed beforehand that family circumstances prevented his accepting their offer of employment in China.
Seek to make thy course regular, that men may know beforehand, what they may expect; but be not too positive and peremptory; and express thyself well, when thou digressest from thy rule.
On Natasha's table stood two looking glasses which Dunyasha had prepared beforehand.
Indicating a time by which meetings should end and mentioning this beforehand subconsciously creates a sense of urgency in the participants to move the meeting forward.
Anything metal - from glasses and hearing aids to underwired bras, jewellery and dentures should be removed beforehand.
30 pm -- rehearsal; Friday April 24: 7 pm -- Performance 1 (extras required one hour beforehand to get into costume etc); Sunday April 26: 7 pm -- Performance 2 (Extras required one hour beforehand to get into costume etc).
Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore is on the task force and at its last meeting argued forcefully for a shortened World Cup to minimise disruptions to the clubs and leagues, with a shorter preparation period beforehand and fewer international dates that season.
Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore is among those on the task force, and at its last meeting argued forcefully for a shortened World Cup to minimise disruptions to the clubs and leagues, with a shorter preparation period beforehand and fewer international dates that season.