aforesaid aforesaid  /ə ˈfɔr ˌsɛd/


  • (adj) being the one previously mentioned or spoken of



  1. But, as a matter of fact, these aforesaid students do not represent the attitude of the best Chinese.
  2. The only exceptions made under the aforesaid order concerned those persons expelled for serious non-political crimes.


  • Grub Street’s Restaurant Power Rankings: Celebrate America at BrisketTown and the Butterfly

    The Power Rankings land a day early this week since, as you know, we're all heading into a long summer weekend. The Fourth is, of course, an ideal time to skip town, but it's also an ideal time to hit some of the city's power-player restaurants since most people partake in the aforesaid town-skipping — meaning you still probably won't be able to get into Carbone or ZZ's, but everywhere else is ...
    on July 3, 2013     Source: New York Magazine


  1. In the proclamation, Mugabe wrote: "Now therefore under and by virtue of the powers vested in the president as aforesaid, I do by this proclamation dissolve parliament with effect from midnight the 28 March 2008."
    on Jan 25, 2008 By: Robert Mugabe Source: Africasia

  2. "Everybody is interested in one question - can he make these changes? Both Obama and his party take responsibility before the American community for the aforesaid," Mottaki said.
    on Nov 19, 2008 By: Manouchehr Mottaki Source: Trend News Agency

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