Afore

Scottish, meaning: Earlier than the time when.
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Afore

A·fore' adverb [ Middle English afore , aforn , Anglo-Saxon onforan or ætforan ; prefix a- + fore .] 1. Before. [ Obsolete] « If he have never drunk wine afore . Shak. » 2. (Nautical) In the fore part ...
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Afore

A·fore' preposition 1. Before (in all its senses). [ Archaic] 2. (Nautical) Before; in front of; farther forward than; as, afore the windlass. Afore the mast , among the common sailors; -- a phrase used to distinguish the ship's crew from the officers. ...
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Afore

• (prep.) Before (in all its senses). • (adv.) Before. • (prep.) Before; in front of; farther forward than; as, afore the windlass. • (adv.) In the fore part of a vessel.
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afore

before
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Afore

before.
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