1. gone by; or in the past
    `agone' is an archaic word for `ago'
    two years ago
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  • Aqui - la, al modo de Cefari antichi, e era groffo di carati venti di fine ero a pa - ragone. Antiquitates Italicae Medii Aevi, sive, Dissertationes de moribus, ritibus, religione, regimine, magistratibus, legibus, studiis literarum, artibus, lingua, militia, nummis, principibus, libertate, servitute, foederibus, aliisque faciem & mores Italic
  • On the coasts of New Andalusia, the cuspa is considered as a kind of cinchona; and we were assured, that some Aragonese monks, who had long resided in the kingdom of New Grenada, recognised this tree from the resemblance of its leaves to those of the real Peruvian bark-tree. Travels to the Equinoctial Regions of America
  • Even after the stagecoach era - until the 1920s - it was the starting point for horse-drawn wagonette outings.
  • Both the frog and dragonette screamed now, but the cries of the ocean warrior's opponent were full of pain and despair. Odyssey
  • A second larger text must belong to the same category, as the first legible line clearly mentions an "agonothetes (president and financer) of the agones (games) Klareia. Interactive Dig Sagalassos - Apollo Klarios Sanctuary Report 3
  • `agone' is an archaic word for `ago'
  • Beyond is the cemetery -- long, winding galleries hewn out of the solid rock, with recesses on either hand, wherein, tier above tier, lie the revolutionists just as they were laid away by their comrades long years agone. Chapter 19: Transformation
  • We found a multitude of interesting subjects - flying gurnards and dragonets, strange octopuses and rainbow coloured nudibranchs, and even several different kinds of frogfish.
  • S. Andrea della Valle (Rome, 1907); RAGONESI, Della vita di S. Andrea The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon
  • We did try to float the idea that they should be allowed a wagonette pulled by shire horses and have them inside, but it's a marching parade.
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