Definition of Forewords

1. Noun. (plural of foreword) ¹



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Definition of Forewords

1. foreword [n] - See also: foreword

Lexicographical Neighbors of Forewords

forewaste
forewaters
foreway
foreweep
foreweigh
forewent
forewind
forewinds
forewing
forewings
forewish
forewit
forewoman
forewomen
foreword
forewords
foreworn
forex
forexes
foreyard
foreyards
forfair
forfaired
forfairn
forfairs
forfalture
forfaltures
forfare
forfault
forfaults

Literary usage of Forewords

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Harrison's Description of England in Shakspere's Youth: Being the Second and by William Harrison (1877)
"As a general rule, till a book is complete, no Forewords to it should appear. But, tho' only half of the present book is in this Part I, I am unwilling to ..."

2. Birds that Every Child Should Know by Frank Finn, Oliver Gregory Pike, Júlia Lello, John Maclair Boraston, Nellie Blanchan (De Graff) Doubleday, Hermann Ihering, Rodolpho von Ihering (1907)
"DOVES NEST Forewords IN Adventures in Bird-land I have not confined myself to the adventures of the photographer in his travels after the birds, ..."

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