use precursor in a sentence.
This is the 3Ddoodler precursor, isn't it?
Expect is the precursor of web scraping.
It basically looks like the precursor to Civilization and friends.
This story is a precursor to the book and movie deal.
This is actually the precursor to Clojure; note how it was developed by Rich Hickey.
Why aren't GPS with POV displays considered a crude precursor of augmented reality?
Wasn't hypercard a precursor to the web?
I expect this is a precursor to touch-screen iMacs and MacBooks.
This may have been slipped in as a precursor to instituting a VAT.
If it catches on, then it might be a precursor to something like SPOOKS.
This crisis will considered a mere precursor to the pensions timebomb coming our way.
I hope that this is a precursor to Google Voice being rolled out internationally.
Yup plus you don't need the precursor of knowing the English language.
I remember OpenACS (or even its precursors).
Such a great precursor to what goes on nowadays with music and such.
Disagree, but not arguing, because as I said, there's always a precursor.
While every situation is unique, building on the side is a common precursor for failure.
Congratulations James and Andrew, from a long-time user of Envolve (the precursor to Firebase).
Perhaps 'Own the mobile' in the 2010's will be the precursor to 'Own the experience' in the 2020's?
Could this be anything but a precursor to trying to filter out of the main search results?
How much you want to bet this is the precursor of Google moving into the TV ad business?
She makes an interesting point of an almost Nozickian demoktesis precursor going on here in the Marxist irony...