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advance man an agent or aide who takes care of publicity, security, and other arrangements in advance of the appearance of a politician, theater group, or the like.
aforethought planned or thought of in advance; premeditated.
ahead in front of; in advance of. [1/6 definitions]
ahead of in advance of; earlier in time than. [1/3 definitions]
anticipant arriving or taking action in advance. [2/3 definitions]
anticipate to expect and prepare for in advance. [2/3 definitions]
base on balls in baseball, an advance to first base taken by a batter to whom four balls have been pitched. (See walk.)
before in advance of in time; previous to. [2/8 definitions]
beforehand in advance; at a previous time; earlier.
bespeak to arrange for or reserve in advance. [1/2 definitions]
bridgehead a position held on the enemy's side of a river or the like by a small advance troop, in order to protect the main attacking force.
buffet1 to advance by force against adversity. [1/4 definitions]
bushwhack to advance through a forest by cutting away low vegetation. [1/2 definitions]
creep to enter or advance unnoticed. [1/12 definitions]
crowfoot an iron ball with four projecting spikes, designed to obstruct the advance of enemy cavalry and vehicles; caltrop. [1/2 definitions]
debouch to advance out of a confined or narrow space such as a canyon into open country. [1/4 definitions]
deliberate thought out in advance; carefully considered; premeditated. [1/5 definitions]
demand deposit a bank deposit that can be withdrawn with no advance notice.
destine to ordain in advance or fix on a particular course, as by fate or divine will. [1/2 definitions]
develop to bring out the potential of; advance to a more complete or more effective condition. [2/10 definitions]
DEW line a line of radar stations, located along the seventieth parallel in Canada and the United States, that provides advance notice of approaching hostile aircraft or missiles (acronym for "distant early warning").