long-ago

[ lawng-uh-goh, long- ]SEE DEFINITION OF long-ago

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She remembered the long-ago days, when she had submitted to him similar sheets.

The obvious thing was to question the Basque as to long-ago events.

It was the "plan," the long-ago announced and long-expected plan in all its details.

All the unhappy years of fighting in Spain weren't in the long-ago past.

Had she not told the student that long-ago night that she loved him?

So she had stood, so she had looked many an evening of the long-ago.

And, amid that panoply of long-ago, she recognised Séverac Bablon.

Once before in a long-ago time of leave the boat did not start.

Even his family—they were like fragments of a long-ago dream.

They brought the tales of long-ago years when he was a mere boy.

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