Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BY-GONE

The character of its contents gave it something of the odor of a by-gone age.

What has the world to show of by-gone glory and grandeur which she cannot at least equal?

Sport mine for me, though it be of the vintage of a by-gone year.

To me you are nothing old or by-gone, whatever I may be to you.

And the meaning of that by-gone look: was it what they fancied?

It was woven, I suppose, on some by-gone loom; perhaps at Thrums.

It is very difficult to understand the people of by-gone ages.

We have had some amusing ways of performing this rule in "by-gone ages."

IT is very difficult to understand the people of by-gone ages.

What reminiscences of by-gone days invade the territory of the mind!