What can I say instead of above mentioned?

What can I say instead of above mentioned?

above mentioned; mentioned above; aforementioned; as mentioned above; aforesaid; mentioned before.

What is the another word for mentioned?

In this page you can discover 44 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for mentioned, like: referred, noticed, brought-up, quoted, cited, specified, named, made known, declared, communicated and implied.

What’s another word for referring to?

What is another word for referring to?

concerning dealing with
having relevance to having reference to
appertaining referring
pertaining belonging to
relating implicating

How do you write over a mention?

The proper form is hyphenated (above-mentioned). The word “aforementioned” works too and is correct, though coming across a bit dated nowadays.

How do you say previously mentioned?

Other Ways to Say “As Mentioned Previously”

  1. As I said before …
  2. Like I said …
  3. Like I said before …
  4. Further to my previous comments …
  5. As previously stated …
  6. As I mentioned before …
  7. As previously mentioned …
  8. Before, I wrote …

What is the antonym of mentioned?

verb. ( ˈmɛnʃən) Make reference to. Antonyms. rejection ignore low status disapproval distrust mistrust debit.

When to use refer and refers?

If you refer to a particular subject or person, you talk about them or mention them. If you refer to someone or something as a particular thing, you use a particular word, expression, or name to mention or describe them. If a word refers to a particular thing, situation, or idea, it describes it in some way.

Is above-mentioned formal?

To write clearly and effectively, avoid legal jargon like the word above-mentioned or aforementioned. Instead, use words such as previously, earlier or above.

How do you say above-mentioned?


  1. above-mentioned.
  2. above-named.
  3. aforeknown.
  4. aforementioned.
  5. aforesaid.
  6. ahead of.
  7. antecedent.
  8. anterior.