Examples of heretofore in a Sentence
Heretofore her writing has never displayed such depth of feeling.
This technology has created heretofore unimaginable possibilities.
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Schoop is the sixth hitter to occupy the leadoff spot his season, which is also a reminder that the Orioles have heretofore not been able to develop a true leadoff man since Brian Roberts.
On Wednesday evening, for a few brief, glorious moments, Rudy Giuliani accomplished a task that media observers had heretofore assumed to be impossible: transforming Sean Hannity into a real, if involuntary, journalist.
Sunshine and exercise are great and all, but one of the joys of the season is that some of those heretofore indoor activities can be taken to the outside world.
Now, though, the heretofore casual piece has received a big-night-out makeover thanks to Bella Hadid.
But this edition will be the first time that Le Guin’s sprawling epic, heretofore known collectively as the Earthsea Cycle, will be collected in one place.
Christian Artuso, an ornithologist with Bird Studies Canada, tells the magazine that this heretofore unseen behavior is the first documentation of polygyny (a male mating with two or more females) recorded for great horned owls as a species.
Not bad for a 19-minute set from a heretofore underrated and unheard-of comic.
According to Robbie, the season heretofore forever known as Cruise was invented when Coco Chanel herself debuted a small collection at the end of fall 1919, intended for exclusive shoppers visiting resorts in coastal towns, like Biarritz.
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Definition of heretofore for English Language Learners
: until this time : before now
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