preceding (part of speech: verb)
new (part of speech: adjective)
- Along these sylvan alleys they walked in single file; the friar singing and pioneering in the van, the horse plunging and floundering behind the friar, the lady following " in maiden meditation fancy free," and the knight bringing up the rear, much marvelling at the strange company into which his stars had thrown him. - "Maid Marian", Thomas Love Peacock.
- It is this fact which makes the French pioneering preface to a civilization different from anything that has developed elsewhere in the United States, and not only different in the past but now the dominant force in American education, politics, and industry. - "The French in the Heart of America", John Finley.
- Of the active, restless, eager, pioneering type, capable of enduring hardship. - "Analyzing Character", Katherine M. H. Blackford and Arthur Newcomb.