Related formsa·pri·or·i·ty [ey-prahy-awr-i-tee, -or-] /ˌeɪ praɪˈɔr ɪ ti, -ˈɒr-/, noun
Examples from the Web for a priori
This is Kant's a-priori synthetical unit, common and necessary to all "things" and to all "experience."
The vast majority of the interpretations have been simply due to a-priori prepossessions, which are arbitrary and baseless.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Daniel|F. W. Farrar
But, the conclusion once reached, he stood on it as an a-priori breathing-spot.
However, it is impossible to arrive at a final definition of intelligence on the basis of a-priori considerations alone.The Measurement of Intelligence|Lewis Madison Terman
Mind, again, as just a-priori principle and basis of all things, is manifestly their universal "Quality."