yesteryear

[ UK /jˈɛstəjˌi‍ə/ ]
[ US /ˈjɛstɝˌjɪɹ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the time that has elapsed
    forget the past
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How To Use yesteryear In A Sentence

  • In addition the hall has been soundproofed and reinforced and new comfortable seating replaces the old-style red velvet covered models of yesteryear.
  • They are yesteryear's forest brigands who have turned protectors.
  • Leggings may well get a bad rap ... but those were the "activewear" pack-of-two styles of yesteryear. Michelle Madhok: Neon Nails Remain an 80s Trend We Support, Unlike Frosted Tips
  • In contrast to the naive and unquestioning faith of yesteryear, everyone now realizes at least the possibility of collapse of the FDIC.
  • This old standby of yesteryear deserves good publicity. Times, Sunday Times
  • Also, there are more minor federal crimes than there were in yesteryear. The Volokh Conspiracy » I Beg Your Pardon:
  • You can't talk about the clothesline without thinking about the entire washday of yesteryear - and all the hard work that went into it every week.
  • In my case this ‘dark corner’ is a shanty town inhabited by the ghosts of yesteryear, already categorised by my failed personal encounters.
  • I wanted to see without being seen; most of all, I wanted to find myself in the conversational corners, the necking spots of yesteryear.
  • What becomes clear is that today's book buyer is different from the patient bibliophile of yesteryear.
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