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Synonyms for yore

a former period of time or of one's life

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time long past

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But the Raven still beguiling all my sad soul into smiling, Straight I wheeled a cushioned seat in front of bird and bust and door; Then, upon the velvet sinking, I betook myself to linking Fancy unto fancy, thinking what this ominous bird of yore-- What this grim, ungainly, ghastly, gaunt, and ominous bird of yore Meant in croaking "Nevermore.
When we had conversed for a while, Miss Havisham sent us two out to walk in the neglected garden: on our coming in by-and-by, she said, I should wheel her about a little as in times of yore.
Here haunted of yore the fabulous Dragon of Wantley; here were fought many of the most desperate battles during the Civil Wars of the Roses; and here also flourished in ancient times those bands of gallant outlaws, whose deeds have been rendered so popular in English song.
This behaviour gives credence to the allegations levelled against the appointing person in the days of yore when he was PIA chairman and petroleum minister.
SPRING sees the return of a few footwear favourites of yore (well, if the Noughties can be described as 'yore'), but with a 2017 twist.
We will be pioneers of this sales technique to hotels and we feel this approach will change the future of how portable dance floors are purchased," says Amy Yore, Vice President of Sales at Forbes Industries.
In times gone by some land was held In common for the good of all And in those woods they could enjoy The green of spring, the gold of fall But some whose wealth allows them own Fine houses and the land about Have mounted gates in walls of stone To keep the common people out No matter that the woods aren't theirs And they have built outside the law Our councillors and officers Act like their ilk in days of yore They tug their forelocks, bow and scrape And plead as gently as they can "Please your lordship, scrap the walls" It makes me seethe; so hear my plan
In the piano-driven Road, produced by George Martin's son Giles, there's a flashback to the Beatle of yore, while album opener Save Us is a heavily strummed rocker with an infectious chorus.
Sasa Yore and two others were detained by military Intelligence around 15 October, after the other two alleged that Sasa Yore had paid them to assassinate some Western Equatoria state officials including the Governor," added the source.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTIONS COW EDAM F L AB HOEMACE LONE UZI INCAAUNT BERET ENDS ASKS AHEAD EBBSASTI UFO GRATIN ASTRAL GEL PECK YORE SEEPS HECK ROSE RESTS BALI ARGOTOO IBIS GRIN ARM DUNE SYNE BEE WEE THINKER Across: 1 Tank, 4 Irons, 7 Fever, 8 Manse, 9 Knell, 10 Revelation, 14 Taiwan, 16 Sector, 17 Penetrated, 22 Grand, 23 Snare, 25 Eerie, 26 Eland, 27 Flit.
Summary: From the days of yore, the sea has always beckoned those who lived in this region.
IN days of yore the peasants and serfs of this country worked long, hard hours for an existence.
IF gorgeous councillor Catherine Yore and dishy Senator James Carroll don't get elected on Friday, they can always turn to a career in modelling
It must be mentioned here that RCCI would be following the traditions of yore by holding this event as well; which would be quite helpful in introducing Pakistani goods to International Markets, besides encouraging better coordination with international business community.