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Things aforesaid often describes (“aforesaid ________”)
period, sum, manner, persons, act, church, order, king, letter, land, place, articles, provisions, town, reasons, lands, report, matters, city, action, house, purposes, date, book, purpose, property, agreement, article, river, bishop, company, gild, parties, premises, gentleman, places, island, resolution, decree, monastery, statement, rules, principles, petition, laws, goods, term, provision, section, declaration, gentlemen, lady, reason, principle, decision, meeting, facts, powers, rule, statute, lord, business, village, committee, county, penalty, letters, certificate, objects, circumstances, brother, lords, treaty, books, crimes, discussion, court, documents, account, definition

Descriptive words:
last, french, fine, street, greek, young, right, instrument, grandfather, road, common, bay, manor, dependent, principal, ecclesiastical, majesty, bankrupt, dog, black, lesser, ordinary, stationer, obligatory, violent, book, fowler, generall, nabob, butlerage, ende, admiral, standard, narrative, norwegian, official, left, misdemeanor, 4th, learned, hostess, ejectment, ingle, minimum, legislative, grave, noble, intent, constitutional, presumptive, abbe, brother, commonalty, occupant, fisher, minute, plain, chief, singed, south, iniquitous


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See aforesaid used in context: 3 Shakespeare works several books and articles.

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