The quality or state of being known a priori (noun)
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Use "apriority" in a sentence
"But as the philosopher Morton White has pointed out, Dewey nevertheless played a little fast and loose with apriority: In his Logic [: The Theory of Inquiry, 1938] Dewey makes a distinction between what he calls "existential" and "ideational" propositions which resembles that between synthetic and analytic statements."
"Mrs Obama and Mrs. Biden both said military families are apriority to them, maybe we should send letters to their offices telling them how that would affect our families."
"However, Disneyinsists that big event films like 20,000 Leagues,John Carter of Mars and Tron are still apriority to new chief Rich Ross."