(Adjectives). Misdated, etc., undated, overdue, postdated, antedated.
Disregard, neglect, or oblivion of time.
(Phrases). To take no note of time; to prophesy after the event.
2°. Relative Time
I. Time with reference to Succession
Precursor, predecessor, prelude, forerunner, etc. 64, harbinger, dawn, introduction, prodrome, antecedent.
(Verbs). To precede, come before, pre-exist, prelude, usher in, dawn, forerun, announce, etc. 511, foretell, anticipate.
(Phrases). To be beforehand; to steal a march upon.
(Adjectives). Prior, previous, preceding, precedent, anterior, antecedent, pre-existing, former, foregoing, aforesaid, prehistoric, antediluvian, pre-Adamite.
Precursory, prelusive, prelusory, proemial, introductory, prefatory, prodromal, prodromic.
(Adverbs). Before, prior to, previously, anteriorly, antecedently, aforetime, ere, ere now, erewhile, before now, already, yet, beforehand.
(Phrase). Before the flood.
(Verbs). To follow, come or go after, succeed, supervene.
(Phrases). To tread on the heels of.
(Adjectives). Subsequent, posterior, following, after, later, succeeding, post-glacial, postdiluvial, postdiluvian, puisné, post-humous, postprandial.
(Adverbs). Subsequently, after, afterwards, since, later, later on, at a subsequent or later period, next, in the sequel, close upon, thereafter, thereupon, whereupon, upon which, eftsoons.
Age, time of life.
(Verb). To strike while the iron is hot.
(Adjectives). Present, actual, instant, current, existing, that is.
(Adverbs). At this time, moment, etc., now, at present, at this time of day, at the present time, day, etc., to-day, nowa-days, already, even now, but now, just now, upon which.
(Phrases). For the time being; for the nonce; pro hac vice; on the nail; on the spot; on the spur of the moment; while the iron is hot; now or never.
Different Time (Substantives), other time.
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