earlier

[adj] - occurring earlier in time 2. [adj] - (comparative and superlative of `early`) more early than 3. [adv] - earlier in time
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earlier

earliest adjective (comparative and superlative of `early`) more early than; most early; `a fashion popular in earlier times`; `his earlier work reflects the influence of his teacher`; `Verdi`s earliest and most raucous opera`
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earlier

adverb earlier in time; previously; `I had known her before`; `as I said before`; `he called me the day before but your call had come even earlier`; `her parents had died four years earlier`; `I mentioned that problem earlier`
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earlier

adverb before now; `why didn`t you tell me in the first place?`
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Earlier

Socery and Witchcraft; Earlier, the Moon, Earth, and the Underworld Greek: Hecate (goddess) Latin: Trivia (goddess, whose name means “of the three ways” because, like Hecate, she was worshipped at crossroads)
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Earlier

Music, Poetry, Prophecy, Truth, Medicine, Light; Earlier, the Sun Greek: Apollo; (god) Latin: Apollo (god, also called Phoebus Apollo) The god of the sun, music, poetry, and medicine. Symbols: The lyre (a musical instrument resembling a harp), arrows, and the sun chariot.
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