What is another word for aforementioned?

Pronunciation: [ɐfˈɔːmɛnʃənd] (IPA)

The term "aforementioned" is an idiomatic expression used to describe something previously mentioned or referred to. There are several synonyms that can be used in place of this word, depending on the context and the audience. Some examples of alternative words are "above-mentioned," "previously stated," "already mentioned," or "earlier mentioned." Other synonyms for "aforementioned" include "aforesaid," "aforenoted," "aforespecified," "forementioned," or "priorly mentioned." These synonyms can be used interchangeably to convey the same meaning, and choosing the right one depends on the writer's preference and style. Regardless of which synonym is used, the main idea is that it refers to something that has already been stated or discussed earlier.

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What are the hypernyms for Aforementioned?

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What are the opposite words for aforementioned?

Antonyms for the word "aforementioned" are words that have opposite meanings. 'Subsequent' or 'following' are the antonyms of 'aforementioned' as they indicate something that comes after. 'Later', 'next', 'posterior' can also be used as antonyms. In contrast, 'prior', 'preceding', 'former' are the synonyms of 'aforementioned' as they indicate something that comes before. Though 'aforementioned' is an uncommon word, it is used frequently in academic and legal writing. Having knowledge of its antonyms, synonyms and their usage can help improve the overall quality of one's writing.

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Usage examples for Aforementioned

Beyond the aforementioned barns and so forth is the highway, and beyond that is near 2,000 acres of about the finest bottom land in all Chile.
Durham, Andrew Everett
She has entered the aforementioned opening.
"The White Gauntlet"
Mayne Reid
Living without such things does not even require the aforementioned warmup; as long as we have our minds made up to live without them it does not matter even if they disappear tomorrow.
Nakashima, Tadashi

Famous quotes with Aforementioned

  • Therefore I feel that the aforementioned guiding principle must be modified to read: If you desire peace, cultivate justice, but at the same time cultivate the fields to produce more bread; otherwise there will be no peace.
    Norman Borlaug
  • Music is art, art is life, and we are who we are, and all of these aforementioned women, unless they should choose not to, will be performing well into the next many decades because they are great artists.
    Lara St. John
  • I was later to receive an excellent first two years' graduate education in the same University and then again was able to pursue my studies in the U.S. on a fellowship from the aforementioned fund.
    Chen Ning Yang
  • As Nigeria continues to dither over the Petroleum Industry Bill, which has been in the Nigerian National Assembly since 2009 as aforementioned, Ghana her neighbour (who just joined the Petroleum Club not too long ago) on August 4 2016 passed its own petroleum bill, i.e. the Petroleum (Exploration and Production) Bill, 2016 into law in a bid to attract investments. Chika Onuegbu in his 2016 paper titled The Challenges and Implications of a Post PIB Nigeria for the Oil and Gas Workers
    Chika Onuegbu
  • Who will disallow those Slovenes who live between the Mura and the Raba the right to translate these holy books into the language, in which they understand God talking to them through prophets and apostles' letters? God tells them too to read these books in order to get prepared for salvation in the faith of Jesus Christ. But they cannot receive this from Trubar's, Dalmatin's, Francel's, or other translations (versio). The language of our Hungarian Slovenes is different from other languages and unique in its own characteristics. Already in the aforementioned translations there are differences. Therefore, a man had to come who would translate the Bible and bring praise for God and salvation for his nation. God encouraged István Küzmics for this work, a priest from Surd, who translated – with the help of the Holy Spirit and with great diligence – the whole New Testament from Greek into the language you are reading and hearing. With the help (and expenses) of many religious souls, the Holy Bible was printed and given to you for the same reason Küzmics prepared Vöre Krsztsánszke krátki návuk, which was printed in 1754.
    István Küzmics

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