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beguiled

  • disenchanted.
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Preceding

Antonyms of PRECEDING
Examples of usage:
  1. But all of these works preceding Mr. Fiske's historical writings did not come out of nothing. - "The War of Independence" by John Fiske
  2. 4. No player, other than the declarer, should lead until the preceding trick is turned and quitted; nor, after having led a winning card, should he draw another from his hand before his partner has played to the current trick. - "Auction of To-day" by Milton C. Work
  3. She held out her hand for the cheque, and the smile with which she accepted it, after her preceding passion, puzzled him. - "Delia Blanchflower" by Mrs. Humphry Ward
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