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Word Example of - Advance

Example Sentences for advance

The retreat was carried out with as much speed and success as the advance.

Not to go back, is somewhat to advance, And men must walk at least before they dance.

It lies at the edge of the Indian country and tends to advance.

His admiration of the great seems to have increased in the advance of life.

They emerged from their positions in good order and made ready to advance.

Every advance in the work seemed to bring him nearer to the source of the happiness he felt.

Neither the offenses nor the penalties are defined in advance.

She alone of the ladies had sat with face upraised, watching the advance of the storm.

As guests enter the room the hostess should advance a step to meet them.

We were making an advance on the enemy's position near Huttonsville.

Word Origin & History of - Advance

    Word Origin & History

    advance early 13c., from O.Fr. avancer "move forward," from V.L. *abanteare (It. avanzare, Sp. avanzar), from L.L. abante "from before," composed of ab- "from" + ante "before, in front of, against," from PIE *anti "against," locative singular of *ant- "front, forehead." The -d- was inserted 16c. on mistaken notion that initial a- was L. ad-. Meaning "to give money before it is legally due" is first attested 1670s. The noun is first recorded 1520s; advances "amorous overtures" is from 1706. The adj. (in advance warning, etc.) is not recorded before 1910.

The Definition of - Advance (verb)

    verb (used with object), advanced, advancing.
    1.
    to move or bring forward:
    The general advanced his troops to the new position.
    2.
    to bring into consideration or notice; suggest; propose:
    to advance reasons for a tax cut.
    3.
    to improve; further:
    to advance one's interests.
    4.
    to raise in rank; promote:
    The board of directors advanced him to president.
    5.
    to raise in rate or amount; increase:
    to advance the price.
    6.
    to bring forward in time; accelerate:
    to advance growth; to advance clocks one hour.
    7.
    to supply beforehand; furnish on credit or before goods are delivered or work is done.
    8.
    to furnish as part of a stock or fund.
    9.
    to supply or pay in expectation of reimbursement:
    They advanced her $5000 against future royalties.
    10.
    to schedule at a later time or date:
    to advance a meeting from early to late fall.
    11.
    Informal. to do advance publicity for:
    to advance a rock singer's personal appearances; the most heavily advanced sports event in history.
    12.
    Archaic. to raise, as a banner.
    verb (used without object), advanced, advancing.
    13.
    to move or go forward; proceed:
    The troops advanced.
    14.
    to increase in quantity, value, price, etc.:
    His stock advanced three points.
    15.
    (of a color, form, etc., on a flat surface) to move toward or be perceived as moving toward an observer, especially as giving the illusion of space.
    Compare recede1 (def 3).
    16.
    to improve or make progress.
    17.
    to grow or rise in importance, status, etc.:
    to advance in rank.
    18.
    Informal. to provide publicity; do promotion:
    He was hired to advance for a best-selling author.
    noun
    19.
    a forward movement; progress in space:
    the advance of the troops to the border.
    20.
    promotion; improvement in importance, rank, etc.:
    his advance to the position of treasurer.
    21.
    Usually, advances.
    1. attempts at forming an acquaintanceship, reaching an agreement, or the like, made by one party.
    2. actions or words intended to be sexually inviting.
    22.
    addition to price; rise in price:
    an advance on cottons.
    23.
    Commerce.
    1. a giving beforehand; a furnishing of something before an equivalent is received:
      An advance on his next month's salary permitted him to pay his debt on time.
    2. the money or goods thus furnished:
      He received $100 as an advance against future delivery.
    24.
    Journalism.
    1. copy prepared before the event it describes has occurred:
      The morning papers carried advances on the ceremony, which will take place tonight.
    2. a press release, wire-service dispatch, or the like, as one containing the text or partial text of a speech, sent to arrive in advance of the event to which it is related.
      Compare release copy.
    25.
    the leading body of an army.
    26.
    Military. (formerly) the order or a signal to advance.
    27.
    Informal.
    1. publicity done before the appearance of a noted person, a public event, etc.:
      She was hired to do advance for the candidate.
    2. a person hired to do advance publicity for an event:
      He is regarded as the best advance in the business.
    28.
    Automotive, Machinery. an adjustment made in the setting of the distributor of an internal-combustion engine to generate the spark for ignition in each cylinder earlier in the cycle.
    Compare retard (def 5).
    29.
    Geology. a seaward movement of the shoreline.
    adjective
    30.
    going or placed before:
    an advance section of a train.
    31.
    made or given ahead of time:
    an advance payment on a loan.
    32.
    issued ahead of time:
    an advance copy of the president's speech.
    33.
    having gone beyond others or beyond the average.
    Idioms
    34.
    in advance, ahead of time; beforehand:
    You must get your tickets in advance.
    35.
    in advance of, in front of; before:
    Heralds walked in advance of the king.