Common misspellings for beforehand:
- beforehead –
- befoerhand –
- befoe –
- beforhand –
Definition of beforehand:
Usage examples for beforehand:
- To strengthen him beforehand for those sufferings, he was given an assurance that never afterwards entirely left him. – "A Book of Quaker Saints", Lucy Violet Hodgkin.
- I mean to go up a day or two beforehand to get settled. – "Julian Home", Dean Frederic W. Farrar.
- You never interrupt,- or if you do, you are forgiven beforehand Jim! – "Barbara Ladd", Charles G. D. Roberts.
- At her bidding, Frazier sent for young Brayton, who had marched back with the detachment not sent in chase, told him of Mrs. Frazier's benevolent plans for his captain's comfort, and suggested that such of Barclay's things as he might need be sent over beforehand so as to have everything ready, you know." – "A Trooper Galahad", Charles King.