Definition of Foreranks

1. Noun. (plural of forerank) ¹



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Definition of Foreranks

1. forerank [n] - See also: forerank

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Foreranks

foreplays
forepossessed
foreprize
foreprized
foreprizes
foreprizing
forepromised
forequarter
forequarter amputation
forequarters
forequoted
foreran
forerank
foreranks (current term)
forereach
forereached
forereaches
forereaching
foreread
forereads
forerecited
foreremembered
forerib
forerider
foreriders
foreright
forerun
forerunner

Literary usage of Foreranks

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1. The Photographic History of the Civil War ...: Thousands of Scenes by Francis Trevelyan Miller, Robert Sampson Lanier (1911)
"And now, as we stand to-day, fellowmen in the great republic that is carrying the torch in the foreranks of the world's civilization, let us clasp hands ..."

2. The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly by William Farrand Felch, George C. Atwell, H. Phelps Arms, Frances Trevelyan Miller (1906)
"... and America and established on the Western Continent the great American Republic which to-day stands in the foreranks of the nations of the earth. ..."

3. The Photographic History of the Civil War in Ten Volumes by Francis Trevelyan Miller, Robert Sampson Lanier (1911)
"... foreranks of the world's civilization, let us clasp hands across the long-gone years as reunited Americans. I can close these introductory words with no ..."

4. A History of the Dress of the British Soldier: From the Earliest Period to by John Luard (1852)
"... they thrust their shoulders likewise so nigh together, the foreranks well nigh kneeling, stoop low before, their fellows behind holding their pikes with ..."

5. America, the Land We Love: A Narrative Record of the Achievements of the by Francis Trevelyan Miller, Woodrow Wilson, William Howard Taft, Theodore Roosevelt (1915)
"Baltimore, in the Sun and the American, has stood in the foreranks in the procession of journalism. The last two decades in American journalism have ..."

6. The Journal of Tuberculosis by A H McQuilkin (1899)
"As ever the medical profession will be found in the foreranks of the army of PREVENTION. The writer will feel amply repaid for his long study of this ..."

7. Regulation of Public Service Companies in Great Britain: With Supplemental by Robert Harvey Whitten (1914)
"During the past 25 years the company has always been in the foreranks of the companies in America selling at the lowest rates. ..."

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