Prior in a sentence

use Prior in a sentence


[adjective] Earlier in time,in order or importance;

No prior knowledge of linguistics is necessary for this course.

You must receive prior approval from your supervisor before making any purchases for the office.

Two volunteers were excused from the study because they had prior experience with the music.

Prior authorization is required before the police can enter a house to look for drugs.

Without any prior experience as a waitress, it will be hard to find a job in a restaurant in this town.

I’m sorry, I won’t be able to attend your party, I have a prior engagement.

You may not set up a roadside stall without prior notice.

This data is classified, and can only be seen with prior authorization.

In 1542, Catherine, the fifth wife of King Henry VIII, was imprisoned in Hampton Court prior to being beheaded.

Finding connections helps students access prior knowledge and gain entry into a text.