What did you mean, then--a little while ago--in the armoury?
A while ago I thought to have been as eager for flight as you are.
Remember what we said a little while ago, about fancy and spontaneous affections.
It's a great while ago, but I remember it as well as if it was yesterday.
"You spoke a while ago as if you didn't trust him implicitly," she said.
A day or two ago, I mentioned to you, my dear fellow, that I thought I had discovered—'
It can't be anything serious, since he was so well and gay but a little while ago.
I can answer a question of yours, now, that I couldn't a while ago.
Do you refer to that speech by the Prime Minister of Austria a week or two ago?
I have lived with nuns, but that, monsieur, was a long while ago.