An`te*ces"sor (#), n. [L., fr. antecedere, antecessum. See Antecede, Ancestor.]
One who goes before; a predecessor.
The successor seldom prosecuting his antecessor's devices.
Sir E. Sandys.
An ancestor; a progenitor.
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