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Yesteryear vs. Yore

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Yesteryearnoun

(poetic) Past years; time gone by; yore.

Yorenoun

(poetic) a time long past.

‘This word comes from the days of yore.’;

Yesteryearnoun

(rare) Last year.

Yoreadverb

(obsolete) In time long past; long ago.

Yesteryearnoun

The year last past; last year.

Yoreadverb

In time long past; in old time; long since.

‘As it hath been of olde times yore.’; ‘Which though he hath polluted oft and yore,Yet I to them for judgment just do fly.’; ‘Where Abraham fed his flock of yore.’;

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Yesteryearnoun

the time that has elapsed;

‘forget the past’;

Yorenoun

the time that has elapsed;

‘forget the past’;

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