Wiki Dictionary Search

Preceding (IPA: /pɹiˈsidɪŋ/)

Preceding (p. pr. & vb. n.)

of Precede

Preceding (a.)

Going before; -- opposed to following.

Preceding (a.)

In the direction toward which stars appear to move. See Following, 2.

Preceding Synonyms

Prefatory, Old, Above-mentioned, Foregoing, Preparatory, Preparative, Precedent, Above-named, Prefatorial, Introductory, Propaedeutic, Previous, Preceding, Antecedent, Above, Premedical

Preceding Synonyms

Prevenient, Preexistent, Prior, Antecedent, Pre-existing, Preceding, Anticipatory, Preexisting, Pre-existent, Anterior

Preceding Synonyms

Retiring, Outgoing, Past

Preceding Rhymes

Bleeding, Breeding, Ceding, Feeding, Heeding, Kneading, Leading, Needing, Pleading, Reading, Reding, Seeding, Speeding, Weeding

Acceding, Conceding, Exceeding, Impeding, Inbreeding, Misleading, Misreading, Preceding, Preceeding, Proceeding, Receding, Rereading, Seceding, Stampeding, Succeeding

Interceding, Superseding

Spanish Translation

Preceding in Spanish is Anterior

Tagalog Translation

Preceding in Tagalog is Nauuna

Example Sentence (Quote)

" Each of the last three decades has been successively warmer at the Earth's surface than any preceding decade since 1850." - Global warming

Example Sentence (Quote)

" The content or time-clothing of any medium or culture is the preceding medium or culture. (p. 168)" - Marshall McLuhan

Example Sentence (Quote)

" While people are engaged in creating a totally different world, they always form vivid images of the preceding world. (p. 21)" - Marshall McLuhan

Click for Synonyms of preceding on WikiThesaurus

Check domain name registration of on NameReports