from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Archaic Aforesaid.
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- adj. Aforesaid; aforementioned.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Mentioned before; aforesaid.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Spoken or mentioned before; aforesaid.
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Closet, where he made up the foresaid Billet; and then left his House, never more to return.
Now, as it is not permitted for any young Lady or Nun, to receive Visitors there, without some Companion, this our foresaid Nun was appointed to accompany the other.
But she retain'd still such an Air of Greatness, tho mix'd with her 'foresaid
Now was the Time to make manifest, whether Promises, Flatteries or Threatnings had made her act the foresaid Scene: But it appear'd all voluntary; for when he was dead, her
In short, married she was to the foresaid young Man, whose
At last the People of the foresaid Booth were seiz'd and examin'd: Conscience, which flew in their Faces, would not permit them to deny it much: The Maid own'd, that she carried the Head out upon a Plate, which Plate slipp'd out of her
Now it was, that this wicked Wretch the foresaid Attendant, had the
By this time Galecia's Maid brought up her Supper; after which she cast her Eyes again on the foresaid little Book, where she found the following Story, which she read through before she went to bed.
Privy Councell having at length heard and considered the foresaid petition, doe modifie the soume of two thousand pounds Scots, to be payed yearly at the terms of Whitsunday be the said Walter Scott of
The foresaid William Caigow and Robert Muir came to us.