2°. Consecutive Order
(Verbs). To precede, come before, lead, introduce, usher in.
(Phrases). To have the pas; to take the lead; to get the start; set the fashion; to get before.
To place before; to prefix, affix, premise, prelude, preface, prologise.
To prepare 673.
(Adjectives). Preceding, precedent, antecedent, anterior, prior, previous, before, ahead of, leading.
Former, foregoing; coming or going before; precursory, pre-cursive, prevenient, preliminary, prefatory, introductory, prelusive, prelusory, proemial, preparatory, preambulatory.
(Adverbs). In advance, ahead, etc., in front of, before, in the van, see 234.
(Phrase). Proxime accessit.
Continuation, order of succession, successiveness.
Subordination, inferiority 34.
(Verbs). To succeed, come after, follow, come next, ensue, come on, tread close upon; to alternate.
(Phrases). To be in the wake or trail of; to tread on the heels of; to step into the shoes of; to play second fiddle to.
To place after, to suffix, append.
Adjectives). Succeeding, coming after, following, subsequent, ensuing, sequent, sequacious, consequent, next; consecutive; alternate 138.
(Adverbs). After, subsequently, since, behind, in the wake of, in the train of, at the tail of, in the rear of, see 235.
Prelude, preamble, preface, foreword, prologue, avant-propos, protasis, prolusion, preludium, proem, prolepsis, prolegomena, prefix, introduction, note, advertisement, frontispiece, groundwork 673.
(Adjectives). See 62.
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