I didn't mean to let any one see it before-hand, but you are a dear old thing, and you shall.
He shows all to Forster before-hand, and consults him as to plot, characters, etc.
The Bishop made a movement, but Holes was before-hand with him.
Only He would warn Eli before-hand, for the old priest was His servant.
On p. 274, the word 'beforehand' was broken across two lines; it was arbitrarily made 'beforehand' rather than 'before-hand'.
The Sergeant was before-hand with me in opening the door for her.
It would more encurrege to wed, iff so be one know'd it before-hand, as one may say.
He never undertook any thing without consulting him before-hand; and the divine decrees were his only rule.
Nor can you get before-hand of the Constitution, and do it by anticipation.
He was heir to a decent fortune, and of course thought himself justified in spending it before-hand.