previously stated, written, or occurring; preceding: The foregoing paragraph presents the problem.
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How to use foregoing in a sentence
“Based on the foregoing, the highest and best use of the property, as improved, is consistent with the existing use as a hotel development,” the appraisal found.Appraisals Undermine Housing Commission’s Defense of Hotel Purchases | Andrew Keatts | June 30, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
So why might the inspirational woman be foregoing future cover shoots?Burberry Responds to Toxic Chemical Allegations; Carey Mulligan Jokes About Destroying Oscar Dress | The Fashion Beast Team | January 24, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
And finally, Step 7: “If you think all of the foregoing is mad, just watch and learn.”
Attack Syrian government military targets with cruise missiles, drones, or with the foregoing plus piloted U.S. aircraft.
Those foregoing slogans probably need some fine-tuning, but here's one I think is perfect for you: "The Audacity of Compromise."
Remember, the foregoing examples are exclusively taken from radio commentary spoken in 2009.
Many so-called "humming tones" are given for practice, but in accepting them observe whether the foregoing principle is obeyed.Expressive Voice Culture | Jessie Eldridge Southwick
As before suggested, let the pupil recite the foregoing ten events forwards and the reverse way several times from memory.Assimilative Memory | Marcus Dwight Larrowe (AKA Prof. A. Loisette)
The foregoing are all the Canadian mines now in work, as far as I have been able to learn, certainly all of any importance.Asbestos | Robert H. Jones
The hollowing of the "shell" is seemingly less delicate, but this may be taken as a natural result of the foregoing.Antonio Stradivari | Horace William Petherick
Nothing could well be more interesting or more suggestive to every one connected with the asbestos industry than the foregoing.Asbestos | Robert H. Jones
British Dictionary definitions for foregoing
(prenominal) (esp of writing or speech) going before; preceding
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