Sing now, as aforetime to Rameses, how, and of what should he sing?
And you too, O Priam, I have heard that you were aforetime happy.
Soon sand will cover what remains, and the salt bush will be supreme as aforetime.
He was alert and enthusiastic now, where aforetime he was passive and plucky.
aforetime, in the wild land between Normandy and Bretaigne, there dwelt a mighty lord who was of much great fame.
And she answered, as she had aforetime,—‘I would He would come!’
There stood the grimy wagon shop from which a hammer was ringing cheerily, like the chirp of a cricket,—just as aforetime.
For how little hath happed that ever I looked for aforetime!
See thou to it; but from me shalt thou have but good even as hath been aforetime; so bewray me not.'
There cannot be anything in esse in Man that was not aforetime in posse in Nature.