already or previously mentioned; aforementioned
The slaves are taken, as beforementioned, from cotton and tobacco, and are furnished by the Southern States.
Their sea voyage terminated as beforementioned, on the 8th of August, by their actually entering that river.
Besides the beforementioned route another and longer one leads to Cumberland Sound.
On this occasion, the two brothers-in-law, beforementioned, were present.
But now she felt insidiously surprised, and her husband received the beforementioned look which told him what he had to expect.