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Definition of Aforetime

Aforetime
Aforetime A*fore"time`, adv. In time past; formerly. ``He prayed . . . as he did aforetime.' --Dan. vi. 10.

Meaning of Aforetime from wikipedia

- fate with their own eyes; but that the blessed gods henceforth even as aforetime should have their living and their habitations apart from men. But on...
- together, as cheerfully, in sobriety, as ever in their lives they had done aforetime, each cheering up the other, and taking their leave, by drinking each...
- have existed on Earth. Many verses in the Quran discuss this: "We did aforetime send messengers before thee: of them there are some whose story We have...
- is among the Æsir; another among the Rime-Giants, in that place where aforetime was the Yawning Void; the third stands over Niflheim, and under that root...
- Joseph. The family prostrated before him hence the fulfilment of his dream aforetime. The story concludes by Joseph praying " my lord you have indeed bestowed...
- present inhabitants of Novgorod are descended from the Varangian race, but aforetime they were Slavs [преже бо бѣша Словѣни]. There is some ambiguity even...
- three times a day, and pra****, and gave thanks before his God, as he did aforetime." — Abdullah Yusuf Ali, The Holy Qur'an: Text, Translation and Commentary...
- & Powell 1883) † I remember of yore   were born the Jötuns, they who aforetime   fostered me : nine worlds I remember,   nine in the Tree, the glorious...
- if ever any had need thereof or held it dear or took pleasure therein aforetimes, certes, I am one of these. — Giovanni Boccaccio, Decameron, Proemio The...
- lesser earthly languages the divine code of laws which he had decreed aforetime. The Taoists, indeed, would have scorned such an idea as being too naïve...
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