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Definition of Ante

  • Each player's stake, which is put into the pool before (ante) the game begins.
  • To put up (an ante).
  • (poker) the initial contribution that each player makes to the pot
  • place one's stake

How to use ante in a sentence. Ante pronunciation.

Serbie le rétablissement du _statu quo ante bellum_; pour le Monténégro, une rectification de frontières; pour la Bulgarie, la Bosnie et l'Herzégovine, une demi-autonomie.
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Gradually the British commissioners abated their demands, and gave up all territorial and fishery claims, and on December 14, 1814, concluded the negotiations on the basis of things before the war,-the _status quo ante bellum_. Clay was deeply chagrined.
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But even the war is better than the degrading and descending politics that preceded it for decades of years, and our legislation has made great strides, and if we can stave off that fury of trade which rushes to peace at the cost of replacing the South in the _status ante bellum,_ we can, with something more of courage, leave the problem to another score of years,-free labor to fight with the Beast, and see if bales and barrels and baskets cannot find out that they pass more commodiously and surely to their ports through free hands, than through barbarians.
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Now, the same principle of limitation to population _a parte ante_, though not in the same savage excess as in Mahometan Persia, operated upon Greece and Rome.
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De sacrificiis tantum unice ante tabernaculum conventus offerendis lex quaedam extat.
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But the Maccabees desired something more than the _status quo ante_; after having done their duty they were disinclined to retire in favour of Alcimus, whose sole claim lay in his descent from the old heathenishly-disposed high-priestly family.
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He disposed therefore of his time in such fashion, that ordinarily he did awake betwixt eight and nine o'clock, whether it was day or not, for so had his ancient governors ordained, alleging that which David saith, Vanum est vobis ante lucem surgere.
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He was kind to the poor the whole war, and gave away during the war over 50,000 bushels of corn and large quantities of other provisions to soldiers' families, or sold it in Confederate money at ante bellum prices.
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Coming over from Liverpool in ante bellum times as ballast, made it so cheap that little attention was given to the salt industry, and most of our best salt mines were in the hands of the enemy.
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Hewer, and Wayneman,-[Will Wayneman appears by this to have been forgiven for his theft (see ante).
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Ante obitum nemo supremaque funera debet.
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The Nineteenth of October HANNIBAL ANTE PORTAS.
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HANNIBAL ANTE PORTAS CHAPTER XL.
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Hayley's excellent translation of the three first cantos of the _Inferno_ (_vide ante_, "Introduction to the _Prophecy of Dante_," p. 237), which must have been known to a previous generation, was forgotten, and with earlier experiments in _terza rima_, by Chaucer and the sixteenth and seventeenth century poets, neither Byron nor the British public had any familiar or definite acquaintance.
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The implied reproach that they preferred to send the case to appeal because Steno was a member of the "Quarantia," is based on an error of Sanudo's (_vide ante_, p. 333).
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Iudex adulterii ante oculos habere debet et inquirere, an maritus pudice vivens mulieri quoque bonos mores colendi auctor fuerit periniquum enim videtur esse, ut pudicitiam vir ab uxore exigat, quam ipse non exhibeat.
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At her feet the foliage of the park stretched like some brilliant carpet, before whose gorgeous tints, ustads of Karman would have stood in despair; and beyond the sea-green, undulating line of pine forest she saw the steeple of a church, with its gilt vane burning in the sunshine, and the red brick dome of the ante bellum court house.
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The wealthy classes of ante bellum days were the most destitute paupers that the newly-risen Union sun shone upon.
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In ante bellum days, when States' Rights was a sacred faith, a revered and precious palladium, State pride blossomed under Southern skies, and State coffers overflowed with the abundance wherewith God blessed the land.
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If there must be an ante mortem examination, we will wait, if you please, for the legal dissection when I am stretched before the jury-box.
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Examples of Ante

Example #1
On connaît les résultats de la campagne de 1877.
Example #2
Les Serbes s'attendaient à voir reconstituer leur ancien empire, lequel, nous l'avons dit, comprenait, au quatorzième siècle, la Thrace, la Macédoine, l'Albanie et l'Épire, et à former ainsi une sorte d'hégémonie slave dans les Balkans.
Example #3
He signed the document with great reluctance, and always spoke of it as "a damned bad treaty," since it made no allusion to the grievance which provoked the war which he had so eloquently advocated.
Example #4
Adams and Gallatin had their hands full to keep the Western lion from breaking loose and returning home in disgust, while they desired to get the best treaty they could, rather than no treaty at all.
Example #5
I grieved that the good Clough, the generous, susceptible scholar, should die.
Example #6
Unless backed by our profligate parties, their action would be nugatory, and, if so backed, the worst.