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fore- British & World English

(Added to verbs) in front

fore British & World English

Situated or placed in front

'fore in fore British & World English

non-standard form of before.

to the fore British & World English

In or to a conspicuous or leading position

fore-edge British & World English

The outer vertical edge of the pages of a book

fore-end British & World English

The front part of something, especially a ship

fore-edge New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

outer vertical edge of the pages of a book

fore and aft British & World English

At the front and rear (often used with reference to a ship or plane)

fore-topgallant mast British & World English

The third section of a sailing ship’s foremast, above the foretopmast

fore-topgallant sail British & World English

The sail above a sailing ship’s foretopsail

to the fore in fore British & World English

In or to a conspicuous or leading position

foretop British & World English

A platform around the head of the lower section of a sailing ship’s foremast

forepart British & World English

The part situated at the front of something; the foremost part

forejudge British & World English

Form a judgement on (an issue or person) prematurely and without adequate information

fore-edge in margin New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

the four margins of a page are called back or gutter (at the binding), head (at the top), fore-edge (opposite the binding), and tail (at the foot)