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Correct spelling:
previous time (noun)
before, preceding, antecedence, foregoing.
importance (noun)
stress, predominance, eminence, weight, status, importance, emphasis, gravity, significance.
precedence (noun)
precession, place, antecedence, primacy, precedence, order, anticipation, earliness, position.
superiority (noun)
previousness, preclude, advantage, preference, pre-eminence, right of way, pre-existence, preterition.
Other synonyms:
precedence, right of way, staple, public interest, antecedency, concern, entrance, feature, anteriority, right, burning issue/question, basis, concession, core, element, essence, precedency, key, voice, precede, access, entry, permission, antecedence.
Examples of usage:
  1. The names given by Flinders on the coasts of Western and South Australia have been retained owing to the priority of his investigation: but the French names have been kept on the coast between the mouth of the Murray and Bass Strait for the same reason. - "The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2)", John Holland Rose.
  2. If he wanted to work his priority through the office, he could get his application honored on the I. C. Line within a month. - "This Crowded Earth", Robert Bloch.
  3. Some of these reporters are men of sense, discernment, and character; but for the sake of competition and priority they fish up and pick up what they can, what comes in their way, even if such news is altogether beyond common sense, or beyond probability. - "Diary from March 4, 1861, to November 12, 1862", Adam Gurowski.

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