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Spell check of precede

Correct spelling: precede

guide, lead, scout, foreshadow, top, leave, head, inclose, figure, contribute, pass, present, innovate, emphasize, bring out, usher in, bring in, start, go before, raven, head off, forego, foreswear, antedate, preface, prey, direct, forge ahead, lead up to, enter, conduct, matter, words, signify, stick in, chair, count, throw overboard, infix, dominate, antecede, go, head up, put in, herald, pioneer, give up, premise, relinquish, run, go ahead, come before, enclose, inaugurate, premiss, moderate, result, conduce, forerun, ring in, predominate, dispense with, predate, waive, foredate, take, forgo, extend, introduce, insert, forfeit, preexist, acquaint, trail-blaze, anticipate.

come after, succeed, follow, postdate.

Examples of usage:

1) She led the way to her inner office and, motioning to Marjorie to precede her, stepped inside and closed the door. - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.

2) Every living experience, actual or remembered, takes something of its hue from those which precede or follow it: now catching the reflection of the adjoining lights and shades; now brighter or darker by contrast with them. - "A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)", Mrs. Sutherland Orr.

3) A light which does not precede, but follows the soul in its progress; unfolding more and more, as a man in a dark cavern, discovers the concealed places, only when he has remained in it for some time. - "Letters of Madam Guyon", P. L. Upham.