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precede  - to come or go before in time or order


There is often a period of calm which precedes a storm.



On Monday mornings English always precedes Psychology.
proceed - to go forward, to go on
* When they reached the jungle, they had to proceed on foot.
* They are not willing to proceed with the purchase of the house until they have seen the documents.
*   I will proceed with my work only if you are willing to help me.
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eligible, illegible

eminent, imminent

ensure, assure

formally, formerly

hanged, hung

historic, historical

homework, housework

human, humane

lie, lay

lose, loose

mature, matured

misused, disused


moral, morale

persecuted, prosecuted

personal, personnel

precede, proceed

price, prize

principal, principle

rational, rationale

respectably, respectively

stationary, stationery

weather, whether


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