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Synonyms for ahead

in front

at an advantage

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in the lead

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in the future

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in front

ahead of: before

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ahead of: in wait for

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ahead of: before

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ahead of: further on

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  • further on
  • in front of
  • superior to
  • further advanced

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before the expected time

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having the leading position or higher score in a contest

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at or in the front

toward the future

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in a forward direction

ahead of time

leading or ahead in a competition

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Why do I think the Colt Model 1903 was ahead of its time? Look at the photos: no exposed hammer, a grip safety, very thin and not a sharp edge anywhere on it.
When you look at some of the amenities here for the spectators, players and the media, they were far ahead of its time. That was what [Abdul Rehman] Bukhatir specialised in; he's a visionary and whatever he builds is superior and far advanced."
The bottom line is that Art Vista has created a product that is ahead of its time, but perhaps too much ahead of its time.
The drama, which debuted in 1967, is today credited by its fans as being ahead of its time.
A masterpiece of erudition, wit and irreverence more than 100 years ahead of its time, Tristram Shandy is so important a work in the development of the novel in English and so heavily analyzed by academics that casual readers, assuming they ever hear of it, avoid it by definition.
Pre-empting London's dockland renaissance by almost a decade, this dramatic warehouse conversion, with distinctive concrete waffle slab and glazed mansard roof, was well ahead of its time, and led the way.
And looked at from the early twenty-first century, Wesselmann's vision of flagrant female carnality, far from being politically incorrect, can be seen as ahead of its time. Think, for example, of the TV series The L Word, which, in a totally new and politically correct context of gender equality, has resurrected the California-style naked woman, but this time as the object of the most lustful, same-sex passions.
Ahead of its time in 1976, it had all mod cons: an integrated keyboard, two floppy disk drives and a monitor.