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Denoting a thing or person previously mentioned.‘songs from the aforementioned album’
foregoing, previous, prior, former, precursory, earlier, above, above-mentioned, above-stated, above-named, antecedentView synonyms
- ‘Smoking is already banned in most of the places that people have to use, such as the aforementioned public transport.’
- ‘But as well as all the aforementioned loveliness, there is a tinge of sadness.’
- ‘On the aforementioned website, she has had lots of fun juxtaposing quotes from various features about her.’
- ‘The aforementioned speech to the Falkland Islanders was delivered in January 1983.’
- ‘Those wishing to be associated with this venture can contact either of the aforementioned.’
- ‘The aforementioned authors have all created a new language, so to speak.’
- ‘He started talking about it and within five seconds had given away the aforementioned spoiler.’
- ‘The aforementioned side enjoyed a good spell as the game moved into the last ten minutes of the first half.’
- ‘The water in the pond was crystal clear with only the aforementioned tadpoles swimming in the water.’
- ‘Two possible options for the aforementioned solution spring to mind immediately.’
- ‘The aforementioned outdoor swimming pool and tennis courts are also available for the warmer months.’
- ‘I would have expected a better showing from the two aforementioned players.’
- ‘These are bolted to the engine block and sealed with the aforementioned head gasket.’
- ‘All of the aforementioned public representatives present addressed the meeting.’
- ‘The aforementioned rules may only be altered by the holder of the agreement.’
- ‘Of the aforementioned flaws, the one to effect the film most was the pace, which at times was a tad slow.’
- ‘As a result, the website of the aforementioned editor allows writers to vet the comments added to their blogs.’
- ‘The similarity between the aforementioned lot is that we were all born on the same day!’
- ‘Quite apart from the aforementioned lovely inhabitants, the city itself is great.’
- ‘Apart from the aforementioned health benefits, it has given his work an integrity that it did not need previously.’
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