Aforethought ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Aforethought ( adjective )

Deliberate or premeditated, as in a crime of murder with malice aforethought.

Origin:

From the old english word "afore-├żoht" meaning thought before.

Examples:

  1. The murder was committed with malice aforethought.
  2. The company's decision to lay off workers was not made with malice aforethought.
  3. The crime was committed with aforethought and planning.
  4. The speech was well-prepared, with the audience in mind, indicating an aforethought.
  5. The accused was charged with murder in the first degree with malice aforethought.

(As a noun)

Aforethought ( noun )

Deliberate or premeditated, as in a crime of murder with malice aforethought.

Origin:

From the old english word "afore-├żoht" meaning thought before.

Examples:

  1. The murder was committed with malice aforethought.
  2. The company's decision to lay off workers was not made with malice aforethought.
  3. The crime was committed with aforethought and planning.
  4. The speech was well-prepared, with the audience in mind, indicating an aforethought.
  5. The accused was charged with murder in the first degree with malice aforethought.
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