Thesaurus / aforetime

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At first he rejoiced in then change, preferring his outward and open warfare to that aforetime stealthy enmity.

Bob, Son of BattleAlfred Ollivant

But here the expression follows, to the spirits which aforetime were unbelieving, &c.

Those of aforetime tell us that when God made the living creatures which move with the sun, he made the bee first.

Some may have to use fewer figures of necessity, because they do not come to them as aforetime; but this is not always the case.

The Art of IllustrationCharles Haddon Spurgeon

There stood the grimy wagon shop from which a hammer was ringing cheerily, like the chirp of a cricket,—just as aforetime.

"I'm thinking of Bunyan," said the aforetime friend of Charley Steele.

And Sir Gawaine followed the bird once more as aforetime, and it led him as it had before done ever in a certain direction.

And now, behold, neas sends thee these gifts of the things which remain to us of the riches which we had aforetime.

Stories of the Old worldAlfred John Church

Aforetime, in the wild land between Normandy and Bretaigne, there dwelt a mighty lord who was of much great fame.

But the road, as aforetime, was a mere furrow, made and kept by the tread of beasts.

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