Antonym: afterward. Similar words: before, come before, before long, long before, Look before you leap, cast pearls before swine, put the cart before the horse, be fond of. Meaning: adj. being ahead of time or need. adv. ahead of time; in anticipation.
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1) They proposed to make arrangement beforehand.
2) I had made preparations beforehand.
3) It is reasonable to assume that he knew beforehand that this would happen.
4) The police need to be briefed beforehand on how to deal with this sort of situation.
5) There was so much hype beforehand that it would have been difficult for the film to match up to/with our expectations of it.
6) We had to get these animals over beforehand.
7) He rehearsed the interview in his mind beforehand.
8) It's just as well we'd prepared everything beforehand.
9) I wish we'd known about it beforehand.
10) Please inform me of your arrival time beforehand.
11) Make a list of your questions beforehand.
12) I'm always beforehand with the rent.
13) He warned me beforehand what to expect.
14) Rehearse and role-play the interview with a friend beforehand.
15) Claire wished she'd primed Sarah beforehand.
16) We were aware of the problem beforehand.
17) Press reports beforehand confidently pronounced that an agreement had already been reached.
18) He was informed beforehand.
19) There was so much publicity and hype beforehand,(http://sentencedict.com/beforehand.html) that the performance itself was a touch anticlimactic.
20) I intricately plotted the conversations beforehand.
21) Should there be wider discussion of these issues beforehand?
22) Evidently this was not in the agreement made beforehand.
23) It can not be known beforehand, he wrote.
24) Almost all the food was prepared beforehand.
25) I have to say in her defence that she knew nothing about it beforehand.
26) His jokes seemed spontaneous, but were in fact carefully prepared beforehand.
27) It's better for you to highbrow her, but you have to read these two books beforehand.
28) When you give a speech, it's natural to feel nervous beforehand.
29) I do wish you'd stop going off with my car without asking me beforehand.
30) I knew she was coming that afternoon because she had phoned beforehand to say so.
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