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"precede" appears within the following entries:
Absolve
...en that one circulation which preceded it, and must necessarily be ...
Acquaintance
...iciate of acquaintance should precede the vows of friendship. Bolin...
Acquitment
... discharge of a man upon some precedent accusation, and a full tria...
Affront (verb)
...fication of the act. But harm precedes not sin only our foe, Tempti...
Ale
...t wakes and ales,With country precedents, and old wives tales,We br...
Attain (verb active)
... reach; to equal.So the first precedent, if it be good, is seldom a...
Broad
...ain;Six huntsmen with a shout precede his chair;He grins, and looks...
Draw (verb active)
...Our voluntary actions are the precedent causes of good and evil, wh...
Evolution
... the little saline bodies was preceded by almost innumerable evolut...
Fashion (noun)
...m another; way established by precedent. Sorrow so royally in you a...
H
...word, or where it immediately precedes a vowel; as house, behaviour...
Memento
...ning and piety, is not only a precedent to his own subjects, but to...
Mother (noun)
...er's Husb. That which has preceded in time: as, a mother church...
Obliteration
...uments of antiquity that ages precedent at some time have yielded. ...
Seize (verb neuter)
...n Naboth's vineyard without a precedent charge. Dec. of Piety....
T
...ion, salvation, except when s precedes t: as, Christian, question....
Vacate
...vacating the authority of the precedent, tells the world that some ...

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