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Synonyms for quondam

Synonyms for quondam

belonging to some prior time

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She found it hard to make up her mind concerning this quondam acquaintance of her deceased friend.
They were no sooner gone, than Miss Squeers fulfilled the prediction of her quondam friend by giving vent to a most copious burst of tears, and uttering various dismal lamentations and incoherent words.
"Gaetano Piccadaci, Jr., brought this lawsuit in Norfolk Superior Court against his former employer, the Town of Stoughton (Stoughton), and his quondam supervisor, John Batchelder, primarily for wrongful termination.
Bailie Barker said the "only redeeming feature" was that the town clerk had not asked for the increase proposed by the council but had been "forced into this position by his quondam (former) friends" for what reasons he did not know.
Peterson's focus on the unitary character of RVF enters into critical conversation with Bettarini, Dotti, Cherchi, Quondam, Santagata and others, critically investigating the Augustinian underpinnings of Petrarch's theology.
9: Nomine si qua suo tandem pervenit ad aures Deyanyra tuas, quondam pulcherrima Virgo, Multorum fuit spes invidiosa procorum.)
Sometimes informal collaborators brand themselves for the purposes of self-promotion and broader visibility, as when a score of scholars from the University of Toronto have identified themselves as "NetLab." While scholarly connectivity is an old tradition, first formalized by the Royal Society of England in 1660, these are no longer quondam intermittent scholarly visits and letters.
When a previous Republican president launched the Bush family's second war upon Iraq, a merry band of Vermonters responded with what they called a "peaceful, democratic, grassroots, libertarian populist movement," dedicated to returning Vermont to its quondam status as an independent republic.
The quondam 'Hotdog' band used to pay homage to those Jurassic contraptions with their 'Manila' song that quickly became the national anthem for jeepney drivers: 'Mga jeepney mo'y nagliliparan' or some crazy lyrics to that effect!
(5.) Sur le petrarquisme comme code de repetition, voir Amedeo Quondam, [beaucoup moins que] Dali'abstinendum verbis alla "locuzione artificiosa".
Much of her appeal, and that of her equally tolerant family, lies in the erotic maelstrom that still troubles race relations in America, where sex between black men and white women in particular is fraught with centuries of inequality, an entire structure of enslavement and submission whose subversion, when black men dominate their quondam oppressors, generates the erotic frisson that is essential to the success of the Kardashians.
Medina, Juan de (1546), Codex de Restitutione et cdtractibus ac sacre paging fulgentissimum luminare doctorem Ioanem de Medina quondam Theologie proffessorem in Complutensi vniuersitate editus quo hoec quw sequuntur continentur.