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Yesteryear   Listen
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Yesteryear  n.  The year last past; last year.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Yesteryear" Quotes from Famous Books



... sunset. Flame descended on the valley, striking athwart the opening which leads to its furthest recess, superbly guarded by the crags of Bowfell, and turning all the mountain-side above the cottage, still dyed with the fern of 'yesteryear,' to scarlet. A fresh breeze blew through the sycamore leaves, bringing with it the cool scents of rain-washed grass. All was hushed—richly hued—expectant—like some ...
— Fenwick's Career • Mrs. Humphry Ward

... reproach me! I have as much respect for our mother's memory as you have, but if she had not died now, I don't know how far my sacrifices might have gone. Have you noticed in the springtime, brother, how the fallen leaves of yesteryear cover the ground as if to smother all the young; things that are coming out? What do these do? They push aside the withered leaves, or pass right through them, because they ...
— Master Olof - A Drama in Five Acts • August Strindberg



Words linked to "Yesteryear" :   past times, bygone, time out of mind, time, future, auld langsyne, water under the bridge, old times, past, langsyne, yore, history, time immemorial



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