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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Young girls around the world taking up golf can now aspire to a heretofore unfathomable ambition: winning a national women’s championship at the celebrated home of the Masters.
Fletcher said that, like most police departments, Calumet City has heretofore relied on imperfect information from witnesses and 911 callers to respond to and investigate incidents of gunfire.
Even those preferring not to deal in decimals will recognize that as about one eighth of an inch more than the .37 inches that fell on Jan. 12, which had heretofore held the title of the year’s wettest day in Washington.
The future existence of this rocket, and the need for NASA to find missions to utilize it, encourages the rare and expensive model of science spacecraft NASA has followed heretofore.
Photographer: Stefan Wermuth/Bloomberg The Rebirth The Aston Martin Lagonda Vision Concept aims to revive the historic, heretofore defunct Lagonda brand in fully electric mode.
As is her way, the book will most likely be earnest, with dashes of the former first lady’s signature wit, and touch on race, class and gender, hopefully revealing some things heretofore unknown.
Besides, Ryan’s record as a civil liberties champion has been heretofore well-camouflaged.
Well, technically speaking, plus-size clothing can be tricky for heretofore straight-size designers to make.
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HERETOFORE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of heretofore for English Language Learners
: until this time : before now
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