Word:

Predate

Pre`date´
v. t.1.To date anticipation; to affix to (a document) an earlier than the actual date; to antedate; as, a predated deed or letter.
Verb1.predate - be earlier in time; go back further; "Stone tools precede bronze tools"
Antonyms:
postdate, follow - be later in time; "Tuesday always follows Monday"
2.predate - come before; "Most English adjectives precede the noun they modify"
Synonyms: precede
3.predate - prey on or hunt for; "These mammals predate certain eggs"
Synonyms: prey, raven
4.predate - establish something as being earlier relative to something else
Synonyms: foredate, antedate
Antonyms:
postdate - establish something as being later relative to something else
announce, antecede, antedate, anticipate, backdate, be before, be dated, be early, bear date, come before, date, date at, date-stamp, dateline, datemark, forerun, go before, herald, make a date, pace, postdate, precede, precurse, preexist, proclaim, set the date, update, usher in
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precooled
Precoracoid
Precordial
precordium
Precose
Precrural
Precurrer
Precurse
Precursive
Precursor
Precursorship
Precursory
Predacean
Predaceous
predacious
Predal
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Predation
predator
Predatorily
Predatory
predatory animal
Prede
Predecay
Predecease
Predecessive
Predecessor
Predeclare
Prededication
Predefine
Predeliberation
Predelineation
Predella
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