Examples of predate in a Sentence
modes of transportation that predate the car
the native people who predated European settlers in America
Recent Examples of predate from the Web
Health-sharing ministries predate the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, by decades but have burgeoned in popularity since the law passed in 2010.
Schiff said his concerns about Trump long predate those comments.
The roots of paleoproteomics actually predate its sister field, paleogenomics.
There’s no crime in being popular; the world will always take a keen interest in beautiful and charismatic young women, and the power of female magnetism predates the internet.
That list includes Memphis Track Boy, London on da Track, and Lil' Lodi, along with forebearers to the sound, like Shawty Redd, whose work with Young Jeezy predates these young guys by a few years.
The reason for that? Democrats are increasingly embracing the term, predating Warren, Sanders and Obama.
Dell Rhea's Chicken Basket predates most of the vehicles in the vintage car show the restaurant hosted Monday as part of a celebration of the restoration and relighting of its iconic sign.
And yet, millions of vehicles out there predate these factory audio evolutions.
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