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adumbrate to give a vague sign or indication of ahead of time; foreshadow. [1/2 definitions]
adventure to go ahead despite danger or risk. [1/5 definitions]
antecedence the act of going before, or the state of being ahead; precedence.
await to be in store for; to lay ahead for. [1/3 definitions]
before in front; ahead. [3/8 definitions]
catch up to reach the same distance or level as another or others who are further ahead (usu. fol. by "to" or "with"). [1/2 definitions]
catch-up any attempt to overtake one who is ahead, as in a game.
charge to rush ahead, often in an attack. [1/22 definitions]
early ahead of or before the usual or expected time. [1/10 definitions]
extend to make longer in size or duration, or to move (a deadline, due date, or the like) further ahead in time. [1/8 definitions]
fast lane (informal) a lifestyle considered to involve a desire to get ahead, be successful, make and spend a lot of money, and the like. [1/2 definitions]
forestall to be aware of beforehand; get ahead of; anticipate. [1/3 definitions]
forge2 to move ahead gradually but with determination. [1/2 definitions]
forward at or toward a place or time beyond; further on; ahead. [2/13 definitions]
go-ahead (informal) in sports, signifying a score that puts a team ahead. [1/2 definitions]
hedge a means of limiting the extent of possible loss by acting ahead of time to compensate for it. [2/5 definitions]
in front of directly ahead of in place or position.
ketch a sailing vessel with two masts, the larger one forward and the smaller one aft just ahead of the rudder.
lap2 to be ahead of (a competitor in a race) by a complete circuit. [1/10 definitions]
lead1 to be ahead of. [1/20 definitions]
o'clock according to the arrangement on the face of an imaginary clock that has the twelve in a position either straight ahead or directly above. [1/2 definitions]