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?
|having relevance to||having reference to|
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”
- 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 …
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?
- ahead of.