Antebellum, there were many cotton plantations in Georgia.
The statue was made of beautiful, shiny antebellum.
Her shirt is so short and revealing, it is antebellum.
Life in antebellum Mississippi was extremely harsh for African slaves.
At lunch, eating time is antecedent to recess.
My brother is always antecedent to my sister.
Don't try to antecede me; I was at the front of the line!
Antecedents don't like to give away things.
My mother is an anterior decorator. She hangs paintings and chooses wall colors for people.
In cell division, prophase is anterior to metaphase because it comes before metaphase.
My dog's tail is at his anterior end.
The foundation of the house is anterior to the roof.
Techno music is still an avant-garde.
The avant-garde made sure no one could steal the money.
Picasso's paintings were so avant-garde in the early 20th century that no one really understood them.
I want to be fashionable enough to be an avant-garde when I grow up.
Dr. Johnson is a leader in making new surgical techniques; he is among the vanguard of experimental surgeons.
The vanguard of the crowd picked up all the trash because everyone else had already left.
Our vanguard was dented, so we replaced it with a new one.
Kenneth gets paid to watch over people's cars, but he doesn't make much money as a vanguard.
You have the follow the precepts of soccer; if you touch the ball with your hands, you'll get a penalty.
She thought that the sign said "wash," but her preception was wrong; it said "cash."
One precept of math is 2+ 2 = 4.
One precept of good manners is to respect other people's time and don't waste it by being late.
It seems like my predestiny to be an NBA player because I am good at basketball.
We were predestined to be Mrs. Jameson's students; God planned it this way.
Mrs. Harrell predestined the students to have assemblies every week.
My mother believes in predestination, so she doesn't use a GPS or a map.
Mrs. Pala's directions preempted their questions by answering them before they could even ask.
I preempted the candy bar from my sister.
She preempted the last can of soda from the fridge.
Our drive across the country was preempted by a flat tire and a broken radiator.
No one could have premonitioned them about the problem.
My dad had a premonition when he went to the bank before going to the grocery store.
The teacher gave us a premonition that we would have a quiz the next day.
I had a premonition that I would slip and fall today! I just knew it would happen, and it did.
She put on a pretentious coat that was simply too fancy for the occasion.
My little sister is pretentious because she imagines she is a dinosaur sometimes.
The fireman's brightly colored uniform was pretentious.
The bed was uncomfortable because it was pretentious.
He was prejudice because he believed that Buddhists were not as smart as other people.
The nurse prejudiced the man by forming an opinion of him before she really knew him.
The woman was prejudiced against white people; she believed they were all arrogant before she had even met them.
Racist people are very prejudice.