Synonym of formerly

Alternative for formerly

Adverb

In the past
before earlier previously once already heretofore hitherto afore ahead antecedently anteriorly back beforehand erstwhile lately onetime preliminarily aforetime ago as was earlier on until now until then anciently erewhile in former times once upon a time radically at one time in bygone days in the past in times past at an earlier time away back back in the day back when before now before this eons ago in days gone by in earlier times in times gone by in years gone by long ago of old of yore olden days time was time was when a while back down memory lane some time ago used to be in the olden days water under the bridge priorly oldly precedingly precedently otherly in advance in days of yore in the old days before the present lastly since historically in the good old days ages ago at one point sooner agone gone fore recently syne sometime preveniently a while ago so far in times of yore back then earlily then up to then one time before before then way back when firstly from way back ahead of time in time gone by erst theretofore yet whilom thus far in those days latterly up to now early on a former occasion advanced ante previous before present preparatorily in times bygone in old days in readiness introductorily in olden times last time one time previously on one occasion years ago forwardly in anticipation in antiquity in yesteryear in auld lang syne since God knows when in days of old at some point beforetime bygone latestly until that time quondam at that instant retiringly inactively initially prematurely inopportunely precociously unseasonably no longer up to this time precocious forward by that time by then by the time by the time mentioned one time former further back in my day ere in one case from year one prior to this up till now prior to now prior to the present time at one stage prior to this time but once above as yet to date outgoingly till now up until now till then up until then inevitably inescapably predictably unavoidably fatedly certainly pioneeringly headly leadingly prefatorily onwards in front at the head precedent preceding advancing progressing foremost to the fore at the fore at the head of the queue at an advantage in the vanguard in the lead in the foreground in the van

Adverb

At some unspecified or unknown time
sometime eventually finally someday ultimately yet erstwhile former intermittently late occasional once one day periodically previous quondam some day sooner or later at a future date at a future time in due course by and by in the long run one of these fine days at some time in the future in the fullness of time at some time or other one of these days at some point in the future at length in time in the end after a while subsequently in the future at last after some time when all is said and done hereafter in due time after a bit in time to come one fine day after a long time at some point slowly but surely after a period of time at long last at the end of the day in the course of time sometime or other one time or another in a time to come at a later time later anytime later on not now one time at some time beyond this at some future time on a day some time belatedly tardily in future climactically conclusively at a later date at some stage as time goes on as time goes by in a while lastly in conclusion in the final analysis when push comes to shove as a conclusion in the sequel in consummation at the close in spite of all in the eleventh hour at the last moment despite delay when all was said and done at the end at the last somewhen with time latterly next afterwards after that afterward then thereafter ensuingly following this following that thereupon next off before long soon after when the time is ripe followed by towards the end consequently after infra thenceforth behind thence duly from then on the next day after this and then next day after the event after while at a subsequent time from there on down the line in the aftermath down the road thenceforwards next time on the next day thenceforward

Adjective

Used when giving the maiden or former name of a person

Antonym of formerly

formerly Idiom, Proverb

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