How do you refer to something just mentioned?
Something that was mentioned before is aforementioned. Once you’ve written about something, it can then be referred to as aforementioned.
What can I say instead of mentioned?
What is another word for previously mentioned?
How do you say above mentioned?
Above-mentioned Synonyms – WordHippo Thesaurus….What is another word for above-mentioned?
What is the phrasal verb of mentioned?
allude to. phrasal verb. to mention someone or something in an indirect way.
Is an indirect mention of a person or things?
innuendo Add to list Share. Innuendo in Latin means “to point to” or “nod to.” When you refer to something indirectly, you point at it without mentioning it, making an innuendo.
How do you say previously mentioned nicely?
Other Ways to Say “As Mentioned Previously”
- As I said before …
- Like I said …
- Like I said before …
- Further to my previous comments …
- As previously stated …
- As I mentioned before …
- As previously mentioned …
- Before, I wrote …
Is as mentioned rude?
It is not rude to politely ask what someone meant, as in “Are you saying ~?”. It is not rude to politely ask what someone meant, as in “Are you saying ~?”. That is so much better than just saying “ You meant~.” as an assumption. That way is rude.
Is it above mentioned or abovementioned?
above mentioned isn’t really two words. It’s a one-word adjective.
What is the synonym of above?
greater than, more than, higher than, exceeding, in excess of, over, over and above, beyond, surpassing, upwards of. less than, below.
How do you indirectly mention someone?
Innuendo in Latin means “to point to” or “nod to.” When you refer to something indirectly, you point at it without mentioning it, making an innuendo.
How do you mention something?
To mention something, or to be mentioned – thesaurus
- mention. verb. to say something during a conversation, but not discuss it much or give many details.
- refer to. phrasal verb.
- invoke. verb.
- come up. phrasal verb.
- raise. verb.
- allude to. phrasal verb.
- note. verb.
- tell of. phrasal verb.
How do you say something without saying it?
innuendo Add to list Share. Speaking in innuendo is when you say something indirectly — often of a hurtful or sexual nature. Innuendo in Latin means “to point to” or “nod to.” When you refer to something indirectly, you point at it without mentioning it, making an innuendo.
What is another word for ” just mentioned “?
Synonyms for just mentioned include foregoing, preceding, previous, prior, antecedent, anterior, above, aforementioned, aforesaid and former. Find more similar words
What’s the opposite of meaning of the word mentioned?
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What is another word for something previously mentioned?
Here’s a list of similar wordsfrom our thesaurusthat you can use instead. Contexts ▼▲ Adjective Previously referred to or spoken of Previously referred to or spoken of Communicated in a verbal manner Advised or suggested as good or suitable Being, or existing as, something in name only
What is another word for ” something in name only “?
Advised or suggested as good or suitable Being, or existing as, something in name only Verb (more contextual variations available below)To have uttered words using speech