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fore

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of fore

  1. being at or in the forward part or surface of something <cats have five fore toes but only four hind toes> Synonyms anterior, front, forward, frontal, frontward (or frontwards)Related Words ventralNear Antonyms dorsalAntonyms aft, after, hind, hinder, hindmost, posterior, rear, rearward




fore

preposition, chiefly dialect

Synonyms and Antonyms of fore

  1. 1 earlier than <fore the baby's arrival, the young couple had been able to cope with their problems> Synonyms afore [chiefly dialect], ahead of, ere, before (also 'fore) [chiefly dialect], of, previous to, prior to, toRelated Words till, until, up toNear Antonyms next, next to, sinceAntonyms after, following

  2. 2 preceding in space <fore the stranger there swarmed a gaggle of curious street urchins> Synonyms afore [chiefly dialect], ahead of, before (also 'fore) [chiefly dialect]Related Words againstAntonyms after, following



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also 'fore

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