Examples of formerly in a Sentence
He was formerly a congressman.
the newspaper formerly known as “The Newsprint”
Recent Examples of formerly from the Web
The other option would be to move it to it to the U.S. Energy Department’s Savannah River Site in South Carolina, which formerly produced components for the nation’s nuclear weapons cache.
The oldest of six Pence brothers, Greg Pence, 61, owns two antique malls and was formerly in the oil industry.
In the 1950s, parents and teachers at two formerly segregated elementary schools, John Quincy Adams and Thomas P. Morgan sought to facilitate integration there.
Christine Simmon is the executive director of the Biosimilars Council, a division of the Association for Accessible Medicines (formerly the Generic Pharmaceutical Association).
In addition to Karem, Embraer, and Pipistrel, Uber is partnering with Boeing subsidiary Aurora Flight Sciences and Bell (formerly Bell Helicopters) to develop aircraft for the flying taxi project.
Buroff, formerly of Orland Park but currently residing in Frankfort, has been a supervisor at several Wendy's restaurants in the areas of Frankfort, Mokena, Manteno, and Matteson.
Not to mention that Kathleen Rice, currently a Democratic congresswoman and formerly a respected Long Island prosecutor, has quickly signaled her interest in the job.
Kim Yutani, formerly senior programmer for the Sundance Film Festival, is now its director of programming, festival director John Cooper announced late Monday.
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Definition of formerly for English Language Learners
: at an earlier time : in the past
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