aforesaid
adjective Date: 14th century said or named before or above

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • aforesaid — I adjective above mentioned, aforecited, aforedescribed, aforegiven, aforegoing, aforementioned, aforenamed, aforestated, already mentioned, already said, antecedent, anterior, before mentioned, beforesaid, foregoing, forenamed, former,… …   Law dictionary

  • aforesaid — a‧fore‧said [əˈfɔːsed ǁ əˈfɔːr ] also a‧fore‧men‧tioned [əˈfɔːmenʆnd ǁ ˈæfərˌmenʆnd, əˈfɔːr ] adjective [only before a noun] written formal already mentioned on the same page or on a previous page; = ABOVE MENTIONED …   Financial and business terms

  • Aforesaid — A*fore said , a. Said before, or in a preceding part; already described or identified. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • aforesaid — (adj.) late 14c., from AFORE (Cf. afore) + SAID (Cf. said) …   Etymology dictionary

  • aforesaid — [ə fôr′sed΄] adj. spoken of before; mentioned previously …   English World dictionary

  • aforesaid — [[t]əfɔ͟ː(r)sed[/t]] ADJ: det ADJ, usu the ADJ n Aforesaid means the same as aforementioned. [FORMAL] ...the aforesaid organizations and institutions. Syn: aforementioned …   English dictionary

  • aforesaid — also a.fore.men.tioned adjective (only before noun) law mentioned before in an earlier part of a document, article, book etc: The property belongs to the aforesaid Ms Jones. aforesaid noun (singular or plural) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • aforesaid — adjective the policy insures the aforesaid items Syn: previously mentioned, aforementioned, aforenamed; foregoing, preceding, earlier, previous; above …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • aforesaid —   I ōlelo ia.    ♦ The aforesaid John Owen, O John Owen i ōlelo ia …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • aforesaid — adjective being the one previously mentioned or spoken of (Freq. 2) works of all the aforementioned authors said party has denied the charges • Syn: ↑aforementioned, ↑said • Similar to: ↑same * * * af …   Useful english dictionary

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