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bygone

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbygoneby‧gone /ˈbaɪɡɒn $ -ɡɒːn/ adjective   bygone age/era/days etc
Examples from the Corpus
bygoneIt is a relic of a bygone age, a cultural icon with a colorful political past.He had impeccable manners that somehow always reminded you of an older, bygone age.On the second floor, room 30 is the favourite: devoted to dolls, toys and other mementos of bygone childhood.In bygone days the Arms Park had an almost mystical quality for them.I live part of my time in an imaginary bygone era.Miss Piggy, Kermit and the rest now come across as symbols of a bygone era.Since the reprise of coach John Robinson, who brought national championships in a different, bygone era.Carmarthen's street scenes reflect bygone years as do its placenames.
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