Definition of "aforehand" []

  • Beforehand; in advance; in anticipation. (adverb)
  • Beforehand in condition; forehanded. (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "aforehand" in a sentence
  • "You generally don't need to be paranoid about your money in Mexico but in the cantinas, especially after a couple hours of heavy drinking and petting the precautions you mentioned aforehand are a good idea."
  • "“The United States does not torture,” the president, who, with full aforehand knowledge, had signed off on torture techniques, lied to an angry country and world."
  • "Harry, would take the trouble to recall to your mind past times and circumstances, and conclude with expressing a humble opinion, that if Harry Jekyl were asked now to do any service for the noble lord aforesaid, Harry had got his reward in his pocket aforehand."