• Definition for "forerun"
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forerun definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To run prior to.
    • To precede as a sign of what's to adhere to; foreshadow.
    • to stop from arriving or happening; forestall.
    • to show prior to; to precede; to be in advance of (some thing after).
    • ahead prior to as an earnest of something to follow; to present as a harbinger; to announce.
    • to operate prior to.
    • To precede as an illustration of what's to adhere to; foreshadow.
    • to avoid from arriving or happening; forestall.
    • To turn prior to; to precede; to stay advance of (some thing following).
    • ahead before as an earnest of one thing to follow; to introduce as a harbinger; to announce.
    • To run before.
    • To precede as an illustration of understanding to adhere to; foreshadow.
    • To prevent from showing up or occurring; forestall.
    • to show before; to precede; to be in advance of (one thing following).
    • To come before as an earnest of something to follow; to introduce as a harbinger; to announce.
  • verb:
    • to perform ahead
    • to predict or foreshadow
    • to perform ahead
    • to forecast or foreshadow
    • to perform ahead
    • to forecast or foreshadow
  • others:
    • to operate before; have the start of.
    • ahead before; precede as an earnest of anything to follow along with; announce or betoken in advance; usher in.
    • easily should write for you of all of the things that promiscuously forerune our ruine, i ought to over charge my weake mind.
    • Cushman, quoted in Bradford's Plymouth Plantation, p. 73.
    • To run prior to; have the start of.
    • To come before; precede as an earnest of anything to follow along with; announce or betoken in advance; usher-in.
    • basically should compose for you of things which promiscuously forerune our ruine, i will over charge my weake mind.
    • Cushman, quoted in Bradford's Plymouth Plantation, p. 73.
    • to perform before; have the beginning of.
    • in the future prior to; precede as an earnest of some thing to follow; announce or betoken beforehand; usher-in.
    • If I should compose for you of most things that promiscuously forerune our ruine, i ought to over charge my weake mind.
    • Cushman, quoted in Bradford's Plymouth Plantation, p. 73.
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