Adjective "aforesaid" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/əˈfɔːsɛd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

  1. 'The aforesaid movie is apparently a road movie.'
  2. 'In this meeting detailed discussions were held regarding a coordinated approach in implementation of the aforesaid amendments.'
  3. 'I know all about the aforesaid gentleman's disapproval.'
  4. 'But as they are themselves the owners of the aforesaid company, they would simply be making lawyers rich for the privilege of suing themselves.'
  5. 'Apart from the aforesaid deep rivets in the walls, there has been a frequent flooding problem from upper floors, which led to one bathroom roof caving in over me.'
  6. 'After giving the aforesaid directions, the court again had two options before it.'
  7. 'The procedure of looking for aforesaid gainful employment is generally simple.'
  8. 'On the whole, the aforesaid problem in reorganizing and managing the national defense complex still remains to be fully resolved.'
  9. 'Even the words attributed to the Defence Secretary in the aforesaid newspaper didn't back up the euphoric headline.'
  10. 'Moreover we declare that she had forfeited her pretended title to the aforesaid kingdom, to every right, dignity, and privilege.'

Definitions

1. said or mentioned earlier or previously.

More examples(as adjective)

"powers can be aforesaid."

"beneficiaries can be aforesaid."

"sections can be aforesaid."

"rights can be aforesaid."

"rays can be aforesaid."

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